Ask an art director in New York or London to name someone they'd like to work with from Latin America and their answer might easily veer towards the Brazilian scene. However, a revival in Argentina's creative industries is seeing the country come out from the shadow of its northern neighbour. As it re-emerges from economic difficulties - Buenos Aires was one of the most expensive cities in the world - start-up studios and creative collectives are flourishing, and grabbing attention across the globe.

These upstarts are trampling over the traditional boundaries between creative disciplines, mixing illustration and street art with product design and performance, topping it off with a good dose of motion graphics and music. Their work is energetic and vibrant, with a surreal sense of humour. The vibe is fresh and unselfconscious - something art directors and clients will be taking notice of.

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