One of the things I like the most about BA is that when I think I´ve seen it all, I find something I hadn´t seen before.
Like Lanin St.
The first time I heard about this street that is only three blocks long, was when a friend of mine told me about an art fair that he had been to. I made some reasearch and found out that an artist called Marino Santamaría painted the facade of his studio using vibrant colors and the neighbors followed him decorating their facades too.
The street soon became known as a cultural place where plastic artists gathered for outdoor exhibits and a meeting point for cultural activities of different kinds.
As you can imagine, I was curious enough to visit the place and take some pictures. Here are some for you to see: