I’m Mattia Santarelli a.k.a. Ob Queberry. I’m an italian painter, muralist, illustrator and animator. Drawing on walls and any other surface (legal or not) since the age of 4. Here a bunch of fresh works made in Spoleto, my hometown.
Krayon ‘s last work in Rome was in honor of mafia victims. The Italian artist painted portraits of 9 victims of the Italian mafia on 60m of wall: Renata Fonte, Giancarlo Siani, Rita Atria, Don Puglisi, Don Peppe Diana, Palma Scamardella, Rosario Livatino, Annalisa Durante and Lea Garofalo. (more…)
The hospital in Trastevere hosts the first mural of the second edition of the urban project born to reclaim the value of urban heritage. A different view of the city, of Trastevere and of health structures in Rome. (more…)
Joao Samina was born in Portugal in 1989. He currently resides both in Portugal and Brazil. Since his youth he has been in contact with different mediums of artistic expression, concentrating mostly on painting. Aged 14, he started his path into the world of street art and developed his very own style with inspiration from what he witnessed on the streets of Portugal.
MATE, fascinated by the world of images in general the first approach with colors was almost by chance, coloring the walls of Milan. Over time it is interesting, looking for various means of expression, techniques and materials, enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera with tempera, acrylics, enamels and oils on canvas, graphic prints, lithographs, serigraphs and airbrushes. (more…)