“Twist Of Fate” & “Sound Of You” by Millo In Shanghai

Our friend Millo recently spent some time in Asia where he painted two large scale street art pieces somewhere on the streets of Shanghai in China. Entitled “Twist Of Fate” & “Sound Of You”, the Italian street artist brought to life some of his signature imagery which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for years

Recap: “The Social Paradox” Group Exhibition @ London’s Calio

Last month in London, “The Social Paradox” group exhibition opened its doors for the weekend at the Stolen Space Gallery, a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social media. The exhibition was curated by Rom Levy. Some of the world’s leading urban artists such as iHeart, Joe Iurato, London Police, Mad Steez,

“The Social Paradox” Group Exhibition @ London’s Calio

Later this month in London, the good people from Calio will be opening a brand new group exhibition entitled “The Social Paradox”, a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social media. Calio is a unique and brilliant personal calendar that makes it easier for you to create and share events with friends, and

“Keep me” by Millo in Finland

Italian artist Millo recently spent some time in Finland where he was invited to create for Upea Art Festival in a small town by the name of Jyväskäla, located around 350 km North from Helsinki. The city is surrounded by an amazing nature, lakes and forests everywhere. Inspired by it, the artist named the mural “Keep me”… I feel very

“POWER OF IMAGINATION” by Millo in Ukraine

Italian artist Millo recently spent some time in Ukraine where he was invited to create a new mural on a wall of juvenile penitentiary in Kremenchuk for Back to School Ukraine curated by Seth Land and Oleg Sosnov with the support of UNICEF Ukraine and Sky Art Foundation. The power of imagination is the key to never stop dreaming and encouraging the development of our own

“Revolution” by Millo in Saint Petersburg

Fresh new mural on the streets of Saint Petersburg, Russia painted by Millo on the facade of the Street Art Museum. Entitled “Rivoluzione” (revolution), Millo created a large illustrative piece, combining two different meanings for this subject at the same time, the concept of change in something, and the orbiting of one heavenly body around

“Never Give Up” by Millo in Santiago, Chile

Italian artist Millo recently spent some time in South America where he was invited by the Hecho En Casa Street Art Festival which took place in Chile a few weeks ago. Painting on the streets of Santiago, Millo once again went big with this super-sized wall which is entitled “Never Give Up”. The piece shows

”How Did We Get So Far Apart” by Millo in Buenos Aires

Millo just returned to South America where he just wrapped up a brand new piece on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Painting in the district of La Boca, the Italian artist created another scenery featuring his signature black and white characters. The piece is entitled ”How Did We Get So Far Apart” and takes