Beegarden – The newest art work by Tellas in Turin X Street Alps festival

The productive collaboration between Sardinian artist Tellas and the international festival of urban art Street Alps, the first in Italy to create murals in a mountain context, continues and this time for a metropolitan and unusual project which inaugurates the seventh edition of the festival. Beegarden is the title of the work that Tellas painted

Artist Interview: Alice

Alice Pasquini has developed different paths in her research, from narrating feminine vitality to manipulating the three-dimensional possibilities of her work. She moves from urban explorations to installations using found materials, and her artworks have been exhibited in galleries and museums in more than one hundred cities around the world. We reached Alice in Italy

“You and whose army?” by Beast in North Italy

After almost 90 days, the lockdown period is about to end in Italy and the Beast Street Art Collective took the opportunity to celebrate this reopening with a new piece entitled “You and whose army?”. Installed on an electric tower in the open countryside of Northern Italy, this large 8-meter paste-up portrays the writer Jack

“Luminessenza” by Crisa in Sardinia, Italy

Italian artist Federico Carta, also known as, Crisa just finished another work in Sardinia. He has been inspired by dumping grounds and abandoned cities where nature awaked and took back the space. Experimenting with techniques and materials, Crisa developed a personal style of research, in which his paintings deal with degradation and environmental themes utilising

“You won’t see what I’ve become” by Beast in North Italy

The Beast Collective has recently completed one of their largest outdoor installations to date, in the countryside of Emilia, North Italy. Entitled “You won’t see what I have become”, this giant piece is an unauthorized 6 x 18 meters paste-up on one of the bridge’s pillars that connect the industrial area to the rural one,

“The Way To The Sea” By Zed1 in Vicenza, Italy

Italian street artist Zed1 recently finished this large new mural entitled “The Way To The Sea” at Monticello Conte Otto in Vincenza, Italy. The artwork created for this mural celebrates the life and the research of happiness through the enthusiasm and the propensity to find ourself. A young woman holds a bottle to her chest,

La Mandarra, VVITCH- a new project by Gio Pistone in Basilicata, Italy.

The research of feminine universe gets more and more attention over the latest productions by Italian artist Giò Pistone on which we return to speak following the painting realized for  appARTEngo festival located in Basilicata that took place in August. Let’s start from the suggestive location, Stigliano, a town that leaves you speechless and located

“CheckPoint” by M-CITY in Sicily

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