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New amazing works of Street art have been realized in the neighbourhood of Sant’Elia by urbanKofa, Rosaria Straffalaci, and Roberta Congiu together with the community. (more…)
For the first time in the city, and within the framework of the Brussels Days project, the internationally renowned Belgian artist Jaune has created a large intervention in Madrid’s public space. An over 20 meters long mural, it pays tribute to the workers who keep the world going, (more…)
A colossal 560m2 mural and electrical substations transformed into vibrant canvases by Said Dokins, Malarky, and emerging talents alike. The ephemeral exhibition at Endesa, which had an opening duration of less than 5 hours, (more…)
The 18th edition of the Industriebrachenumgestaltung (say it in one breath) recently came to an end in Leipzig. The festival for urban art known as “ibug” took place at its premiere in the trade fair city as part of the theme year “The whole city as a stage”. (more…)
Luca Ledda (*1984) is an Italian painter and muralist based in Turin. After graduating in illustration from the European Institute of Design(IED), he starts working in the advertising industry.
After a few years, he decides to focus entirely on his development as a visual artist. He starts painting his illustrations on walls and discovers his passion for urban art and muralism. He participated in many international festivals and exhibitions in Europe and Latin America. His grotesque and surrealist style is easily recognizable due to its strong visual impact. (more…)