Italian artist Etsom recently worked on a new mural entitled “It Takes A Flower” as part of the “Arte Pubblica” project of the Associazione Culturale Defloyd event from 27 September to 1 October in Ascoli Piceno.
In addition to being an art form, urban art can be used as a powerful means to convey a message. Starting from this assumption, the ANFFAS Onlus Association of Ascoli Piceno, as part of the “It takes a flower” project, created in collaboration with the Carisap Foundation, has decided to create a mural on the theme of nature.
The mural is located at the entrance walls of the former Sanatorium, in Via delle Zeppelle, 84 in Ascoli Piceno, Marche, Italy.
The composition on the left, within which the muzzle of a dog is depicted, not only refers to the knowledge of nature interacting together with animals, but also represents the creativity and imagination that, if stimulated, will allow you to look at things from a different perspective.
On the right side, the mural shows a sprout that is born between the hands that symbolizes the birth of something new – where the seed of inclusion and participation has been planted.
Check out below for more photos of Etsom’s “It Takes A Flower”.