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She used to be described as a creature made of light. Marielle Franco, the Brazilian politic and human rights activist was brutally murdered on March 14 last year. A woman who fought daily for the rights of the weakest, to seek the light even where the deepest darkness reigns – because there is always a way to get out. This is symbolized by the moth that takes flight from her hand in the mural proposed and strongly desired by the social video production company Aidél Sentieri Multimediali, designed and painted by Alessio “Bolo” Bolognesi, of the street art collective Vida Krei. read more

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Greg Jager is a visual artist focused on “Post-Graffiti Art”. Born on 1982, he moved his first steps in urban culture as a graffiti writer and skater, on 1997. After graduating from IED Rome on 2004, he started working as designer and independent visual artist. His investigation is focused on relationship between Graffiti Art and Design with the aim of going beyond Graffiti, creating a new language open to a wide and multicultural audience.
His references are Kinetic Art and Italian Design (Bruno Munari is one of the artist who inspired him most), his investigation passes also trough Bauhaus school and Russian avant-garde. read more

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