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It has been a long time since we last heard from Moneyless on StreetArtNews, but he is back! Moneyless murals are harmonious and often symmetrical, guiding the eye with angles and repeating lines that border on psychedelia. He began as an artist with graffiti and transitioned to his signature geometric style when he made the decision to eliminate the symbolic value of letters from his work. This time, the Italian artist painted an abstract piece featuring some of his signature geometric imagery right in the heart of Milan.

Done for Valextra and curated by The Don Gallery, this artwork was done on a wall made specifically to hide the construction of a store behind. If you are in the region, this mural sits near the Scala Theatre, Via Manzoni 3, Milan. It’s going to be taken down in February, so be quick to see it in the flesh. It’s beautiful!

Check out more pictures below and keep checking back with us for more updates from Italy…

Pictures by Matteo Cherubino and Moneyless

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