In this March 2, 2013 photo, British tourists look at a mural painted by Italian street artist Blu in Buenos Aires Argentina. Blu painted one of the city's better known pieces of street art on the side of an enormous concrete building once scheduled for demolition in the Villa Urquiza. The 2007 painting shows a giant baby on his back, holding a pill in his right hand. White, black, red and orange dominate the work showing the inside of the child's body invaded by machinery and people pushing wheelbarrows and performing other tasks, alluding to the exploitation and corruption of human beings. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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In this March 2, 2013 photo, British tourists look at a mural painted by Italian street artist Blu in Buenos Aires Argentina.  Blu painted one of the city's better known pieces of street art on the side of an enormous concrete building once scheduled for demolition in the Villa Urquiza. The 2007 painting shows a giant baby on his back, holding a pill in his right hand. White, black, red and orange dominate the work showing the inside of the child's body invaded by machinery and people pushing wheelbarrows and performing other tasks, alluding to the exploitation and corruption of human beings.  (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
In this March 2, 2013 photo, British tourists look at a mural painted by Italian street artist Blu in Buenos Aires Argentina. Blu painted one of the city's better known pieces of street art on the side of an enormous concrete building once scheduled for demolition in the Villa Urquiza. The 2007 painting shows a giant baby on his back, holding a pill in his right hand. White, black, red and orange dominate the work showing the inside of the child's body invaded by machinery and people pushing wheelbarrows and performing other tasks, alluding to the exploitation and corruption of human beings. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
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