“Dismantle” by Greg Jager for Bitume in Ragusa, Sicily, Italy
October 26, 2020
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Italian artist Greg Jager has just completed his artistic residency for Bitume, the site specific project born from the well-known public art festival FestiWall which, during the last 5 years, has crossed the city of Ragusa (Sicily), triggering a reflection on urban space and the common good. Bitume was born mainly as an experience to…
“CheckPoint” by M-CITY in Sicily
October 4, 2019
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Polish artist M-City recently spent some time in Sicily, Italy where he was invited by the good people from the Festiwall Street Art Festival. This piece is part of a series of works dedicated to the world of the titans, semi-human protagonists of a world in decline, on the suburbs of the empire. In the…
Latest mural from Gue in Licata, Sicily
June 2, 2017
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Italian artist GUE just sent us some pictures from a brand new mural he finished in Licata, Sicily. The artwork is located in historic district of Licata, “La Marina”. This mural was promoted by the Association Cufù in collaboration with the project “Niente cambia niente” and with the patronage of the Municipality of Licata. This intervention inaugurates Cufù…
“A Free Woman” by Hyuro in Ragusa, Sicily
September 30, 2016
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The one and only Hyuro just returned from Italy where she painted a huge wall for the FestiWall Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Ragusa. Entitled “A Free Woman”, this piece pays tribute to Maria Ochipinti ( 1921-1996 ) a militant pacifist, anarchist, feminist, a woman who is recorded in Sicilian history as…
“Distance, 158 Tones” by Alberonero in Sicily
August 27, 2016
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Alberonero just sent us some images from the latest piece he completed in the city of Castrofilippo in Sicily, Italy. Entitled “Distance, 158 Tones”, the Italian artist objective was to maintain the shape of these buildings as he found them because they represent the 70’s typical architecture of south Italy. It was very important for him to respect,…
“Supper At Emmaus” by Andrea Ravo in Sicily
August 10, 2016
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Italian artist Andrea Ravo just sent us some brand new images from his latest mural which was just completed somewhere on the streets of San Salvatore di Fitalia in Sicily. Painting his own version of the “Supper At Emma’s” by the Italian master Caravaggio, Andrea Ravo brings to life an interesting piece on both visual and technical aspects.…
Moneyless unveils a new piece in Ragusa, Italy
October 12, 2015
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We continue our ongoing coverage of the FestiWall Street Art Festival which recently took place on the streets of Ragusa in Sicily. Moneyless was also part of this year’s lineup and as usual with the Italian artist, the end-result is another awesome piece of work. The artist grew up as a member of the 90’s…
Natalia Rak unveils a new mural in Ragusa, Italy for FestiWall
October 5, 2015
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Natalia Rak was also in Sicily where she was invited by the good people from FestiWall to create a new mural on the streets of Ragusa. The Polish artist created yet another dreamlike piece showing a young boy fishing high up on a pink moon. With skillful use of color contrast and dimension, she painted this…
WAONE from Interesni Kazki creates a new mural in Catania, Sicily
July 16, 2015
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After showing you AEC’s piece a few days ago, it’s time to share what the other half of Interesni Kazki WAONE has cooked up in Catania, Sicily.Painting on a silo, the Ukrainian muralist delivered yet another fantastic surreal artwork entitled “Eternal Reccurance”. It took nine days for WAONE to complete this 30 meters high silo.The “Seeing…
AEC Interesni Kazki creates a new mural in Catania, Sicily
July 14, 2015
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AEC from the Ukrainian duo Interesni Kazki is currently in lovely Sicily where he was invited to work his magic on a huge silo on the streets of Catania.Entitled “Odysseus escape from Polyphemus”, it took about ten days for AEC to finish this 30 meters high beast. The artwork shows his interpretation of the Ulysses and…