Italian artist Jacopo Ceccarelli aka 2501 recently worked on a mural located in the facade of a building in Marco Polo, district of Milan. “The endless knot has various meanings in the Tibetan tradition, but most of all, it reminds me the inter-twining of wisdom and compassion” 2501 said.
He dedicates this mural in memory of Lama Gangchen Tulku Rimpoche, a 78-year-old guru, founder, and guide of the Albagnano Healing Meditation Centre on Lake Maggiore,who died last April after contracting the coronavirus.
Embarked in a quest for blank spaces, 2501 experiments with lines, shapes and motion in free compositions that show strictness all the while breaking art codes.
His works are visually stunning, diving head first into the essence of line art through his use of monochromatic color schemes that emphasize his technique. 2501’s street pieces are elegant and clean making it pop from the usually busy public settings he implements them. The visual impact of his style and the intriguing ambiguity which comes from his use of figureless forms makes 2501’s art one of the most exciting and recognizable in today’s contemporary art scene.
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