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This work consists of an inspiration of abstract still life figures, mainly tree branches and wooden pieces representing a general chaos. One has to focus on the procedure of painting which begins from light colors to finish with black, something that symbolizes the passage from light to darkness. read more

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Within the Athens Street Art Festival, a project born with the aim of enhancing and supporting European creativity in urban art, Greg Jager, Italian visual artist, produced a mural inside the public school 6th Gimnasio Nikeas Giorgos Seferis. read more

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Entitled “Accumulo” the painted wall follows the characteristic features of the artistic research of Loquarto, aimed to defining nature through geometry, where black and white interact to define new balances; an “organic geometry” that orders the surrounding spatiality.In his research, the stones – “the stone of Trani”, birthplace of the artist, those of dry stone walls and those of the sea – are accumulated to compose new surfaces in which full and empty, contingent elements by definition, underline that delicate balance that is at the basis of nature itself.
Luigi Loquarto (1982) is an italian visual artist living and working in Trani, Italy. He has taken part in various urban art projects in Italy, and spontaneously pursues his research in the city as well as in abandoned buildings. read more

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Federico Carta aka Crisa has been inspired by dumping grounds and abandoned cities where nature awaked and took back the space. He has just completed the mural in which a set of pipes, ropes, geometries and spheres are mixed with natural elements, suggesting an urban forest. This mixture of elements creates its own harmony and balance between the forms despite the chaos.
The blue color is inspired by the Greek flag while yellow is the upmost color of the neighborhood. read more

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There’s a little, white, scarred and funny poor thing, out there. They name him Sfiggy…maybe ’cause he is a looser? Who’s Sfiggy? Sfiggy is a (anti)hero of our times but he is with no time, he doesn’t belong to any era and belongs to all of them. Sfiggy is an icon of himself in any epoch. read more

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Entitled “EIRENE” the wall represents a tribute to urban art that leave more and more peace messages that oppose an oppressive system. In Greek mythology Eirene was the personification of peace. She was the daughter of Zeus and Themis and sister of Dike (Justice) and Eunomia (Law). In the center of the paint there is a hand holding a brush in a realistic black and white that contrasts with a colorful background turquoise and yellow. Tha hand is the author of the symbol of peace painted on the wall and at the same time represents the central line of the symbol it self. Artist and expression come together in a strong message. The number 4 resumes the number of the school on which the work develops. read more

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