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This mural by Italian artist Alice Pasquini was dedicated to the city of Toronto and the College Street neighborhood while it is a partnership between the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto, the College Promenade BIA and the City of Toronto.>> read more
In early September Alice Pasquini visited Stavanger, Norway for the Nuart Festival, where she painted a piece at the main bus terminal. Over the course of the festival she also left a few small pieces scattered around the Norwegian town.>> read more
Artists Achilleas Souras and Alice Pasquini join forces with UNICEF to raise awareness on the situation of refugee and migrant children in Greece.>> read more
Alice Pasquini has completed her first largescale mural in Los Angeles. Titled “Last Passenger” the work can be found at Zynderia Productions and was coordinated by Co-Labs. Painted with recycled acrylic from Paint4Less, she used the eco-friendly paint to bring life to the composition.>> read more
For the second year, street art became the framework to change the landscape of an evocative corner of the Italian region of Molise. Civitacampomarano, a town with just 400 inhabitants, was once again filled with activity for CVTà Street Fest.>> read more
Alice Pasquini’s last mural in Melbourne, Australia is titled “Per L’Australia / Passenger.” The mural was painted on the facade of the Museo Italiano in Carlton.>> read more