“It won’t be collapse” by Mino di Summa in Stigliano, Italy

Artist by the name Mino di Summa has just sent in some shots of his latest mural in Stigliano, one of the most evocative regions of Italy: Basilicata. The artwork named “frana non sarà” (It won’t be collapse) been completed for appARTEngo street fest. Crumble consciously, but never stop hoping. A face and body abandoned with serenity,

“The Boats” by David de la Mano in Varese, Italy

Good buddy of ours David de la Mano has been very active recently, and this is another new piece, but a bit bigger and longer than usual! Called “The Boats”, the artist painted it for Urban Canvas (Art Project) in Varese, Italy. Check out more detailed images of the mural below and stay tuned on Streetartnews for more

“Mountain Lovers” by SeaCreative in Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy

Our good friend SeaCreative just completed his latest piece on the streets of a very popular ski resort Santa Caterina Valfurva in Italy. The mural called “Mountain Lovers” has been created for Stelvio Fest festival with a beautiful backdrop behind the mural… Check out more pictures of the mural below and stay tuned for more updates from Italy!

Stinkfish for Cuma Project in Italy

South American superstar Stinkfish recently spent a few weeks in Italy where he was invited by the Cuma Street Art Project to bring his magic touch. Painting on the streets of Cotignola and Alfonsine, the South American muralist and painter brought to life some his ultra-vibrant portrait-based imagery which will surely be enjoyed by the locals

“The resistance of wolves” by Riccardo Ten Colombo in Venaus, Italy

Our good friend and a resident in Turin by the name of Riccardo Ten Colombo has just sent us some shots of his latest wall for NOTAV festival Altafelicità. Pastel colours dominate this mural combined with some dark browns and blacks representing two lone wolfs… EN “The resistance of wolves” The wolf is the symbol of the

“Harmony” by Sasha Korban in Airola, Italy

Sasha Korban has been invited to Wall We Trust International Street Art Festival in a picturesque town of Airola near Napoli where he spent five days creating this mural “Harmony”, or “Balance”. The artist has been trying to show an importance of the harmony and balance in everything, and most importantly to find it inside

“Preparing dinner” by DIMITRIS TAXIS in Airola, Italy

Polish-born street artist by the name of DIMITRIS TAXIS has been creating artworks on the streets at home in Athens, Greece for over 6 years now. Few weeks ago he has completed a fresh new mural in Airola, Italy. Titled “Preparing Dinner”, the mural was created for the third edition of “In Wall We Trust” festival,

Case Ma’Claim in Turin, Italy

Recently Case Ma’Claim has spend some time in Italy where for the first time he has done a “Solo Show” at the Square23 Gallery. While there, he has decorated the streets of Turin with a fresh new mural, once again featuring his skill to paint photo surrealism. Take a look at more images below on how this mural