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“The Martyrdom Of Saint-Cecilia”, a piece by Basik in Mutonia, Italy

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July 27, 2015
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Basik just sent us some images from his newest piece which took place somewhere in the city of Mutonia in Italy for the Vertigo Truth project.
The painting features a frontal tribute of Stefano Maderno’s sculpture, the “Martyrdom of Saint Cecilia”, a noble roman woman and early martyr which later became titled as protector of musicians; it’s followed by a branch resembling a natural diapason, with the Phylosophical pitch value by its side.
On the side a seven-pointed stars that thinly wants to remind the seven chords of Orpheus’ lyra, used by the ‘first of all artists’ to charm every living thing. 
Take a look at an high-res gallery after the jump and then stick with us for more street art updates from Italy.

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Pictures by Marco Montanari

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