Two new urban frescoes and their messages of hope to NoLo. The Milanese open-air museum is enriched with two important new creations with the murals by Robico and Chekos Art, linked to the Street Art In Store team.
The artists have carried out street art interventions on two walls in the Nolo district: Chekos Art has redeveloped a wall of over 350 square meters in Via Leoncavallo 19 and Fineco has made available to Robico a wall of over 150 square meters of its headquarters in Via Padova / Via D’Aviano. A series of representations made in two very close sites that interact with each other constituting – in fact – a single project, creating works in harmony with the neighborhood, an original mix of past and future, of historic buildings and new buildings, in which the classic industrial mixes with contemporary architecture.
The Art Wall signed by Robico in Via Padova / Via D’Aviano is called ETERNISEA and is a celebration of the passing of time visually told by the elderly grandmothers, Maria and Nené, in a representation of an intimate and profound beauty, in which wisdom looks to the future with hope thanks to innovation. In fact, the digital represented by virtual glasses, is now a fundamental feature of our time and spurs the infinite possibilities and applications that technology will have in the near future.