Monday, January 28, 2013


Seattle street artist No Touching Ground is busily moving through South America, posting gorgeous images and getting attention.

A few weeks ago, he put up a mural in Buenos Aires of Susana Trimarco, an activist who has been fighting for ten years to free sex slaves in Argentina.

From Wikipedia:

After [her daughter was kidnapped], Susana began to visit brothels dressed as a prostitute trying to find her daughter Marita. She received threats and was given false clues in order to mislead her search. Her investigations lead to the release of other women deprived of their liberty.

Read more about NTG's travels on his website, or check out other people checking him out on the Buenos Aires street art blog, here and here.

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