Earlier this month, creative agency HUMAN assembled the sixth edition of the PUMA Urban Art exhibition, held at the Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires and attended by crowds that numbered 30,000 strong. They enjoyed art exhibitions, concert performances, documentary screenings and live painting demonstrations. Featured artists included Tristan Eaton, the American street artist known for his early design work for Kidrobot, as well as Jim Phillips, the Californian-born graphic artist responsible for creating the screaming hand logo for Santa Cruz Skateboards. The festival’s focus on social networks took the form of PUMA TweetArt, a dynamic application which allowed users to draw on Twitter. The ten most retweeted works were exhibited at the festival. Check out the photo recap of the two-day event in the gallery below.