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Genuine, expressive, public, illegal but temporary. This is what Comacchio felt like in 2005, when Blu and Ericailcane, covered the “Small Venice” with their colors. Now, after 13 years, the municipal administration and Riccardo Buonafede, a local urban artist, officially publishes the Manufactory Festival.>> read more
Italian artist, Krayon was recently invited to paint a new wall in Rome for a local school (Liceo Aristofane). The result of this has been the creation of a completely new look for the building as pixelised life has been brought out on one of the walls of this school.>> read more
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.>> read more