Italian street artist Giulio Vesprini went back to the street some weeks ago once more, to implement his impressive large scale land art on a basket ball court in Monte Urano, Italy. He claims: “the Street Artist is nothing without the city”.
Title: “L A N D S C A P E” / Struttura G051.
”This is my third work on a flat surface.This is my third Playground. Where? In Monte Urano, a small city in Marche hills, Italy. The work wants to be an approach to the upgrading of the small community and the quarter after the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, a trace that seen from the above becomes a characterizing place, recreating a meeting point between culture, sport, nature and people; a popular place for boys and girls who play basketball, they love to redevelop and save this space with special teamwork and a great common passion for the sport and being together.”
Street Artist: Giulio Vesprini
Video e Photo Drone: Giorgio Tortoni
Official photographer: Alessio Bracalente
Backstage photo: Cecilia Cannella
Artistic assistant: Alessio Bracalente, Jacopo Berdini, Matteo Perticarà,
Riccardo Belleggia, Daniele Ribichini.
Technical assistance: Cluana Color
Many thanks to:
City Hall of Monte Urano city
Mayor: Moira Canigola
Public works Assessor: Federico Giacomozzi
Support by: Associazione Culturale ZacZac
Artist: Giulio Vesprini
Urban Artist and Archigraphic
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