Meet Jorit AGOch!

Jorit is an Italian street artist who creates unbelievably realistic murals using mostly spray paint.
Check out his work below!

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Achille

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Achille

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Valerio

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Valerio

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Alessandro

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Alessandro

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Rocco

~ By Jorit AGOch ~ Rocco


Thank you for visiting!

Have a beautiful day!

6 comments

  1. Nilla Palmer · June 12, 2015

    Wow! I love street art; thanks for the photos. Where can I see these?

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    • Aneta Somvarska · June 13, 2015

      Hello Nilla! Thank you! All of the photos are from Jorit AGOch’s Facebook page, sadly he didn’t mention where exactly are these murals placed. The majority of them can be found in Italy, he also left some of his work in Brooklyn, NY. I will try to get more info 😉 Have a beautiful day! (You can visit Jorit AGOch’s page if you are interested: http://www.jorit.it/ )

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      • Nilla Palmer · June 14, 2015

        Thanks for the info! I’m going to Italy soon so will keep an eye out as I love street art and have a few on my website also: http://www.nillasphotography.com

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        • Aneta Somvarska · June 14, 2015

          I will do my research on street art in Italy and make a post on thursday about it. I hope it will be helpful, which city are you visiting if I may ask? 🙂 I had a look at your website and I must say that your pictures are breathtaking! I love your work and wish you all the best!

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  2. Nilla Palmer · June 15, 2015

    Hi, thanks for taking the time to look at my work, I still have many more countries to upload and then there’s all the blogs 🙂 We’ve just bought a 1997 motorhome and don’t have a definite plan yet. However, a sketchy plan is to drive from the UK, through France, and down through Italy (north to south) – free agents 😉

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    • Aneta Somvarska · June 16, 2015

      I thank You for visiting street art rat 🙂 Wow that sounds amazing! I hope you will have a great time during your journey! If you have some time left I recommend to visit Prague (Czech republic) as well, my hometown is a lovely city with a lot of history 🙂

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