Tor Marancia, Rome – Part I

This series of street art photos depicts murals from a peripheral district called Tor Marancia in Rome, Italy. Renowned artists have been invited to participate in project “Big City Life” and to paint whole city-block facades in this area. The project wants to use street art to revitalise neighbourhoods and stimulate community ties.

After you arrive at the Tor Marancia/Arcadia bus station you will see three giant murals by Seth, Vhils and Jaz. Each mural has a sign with its title, name of the artist and additional information about the used mediums – therefore it looks like a gallery exhibition.

~ Seth Globepainter ~ The Redeemer Child

  
Read more to see the whole gallery!



Who Is Seth Globepainter?

~ By Vhils ~

  
Who Is Whils?

~ By Jaz ~ The Weight Of History

  

 More photos from this mural-paradise tomorrow!


Thank you for visiting Street Art Rat!

9 comments

  1. Stargazer Writes · February 29, 2016

    These are beautiful! I always wanted to do street art! :O

    Liked by 1 person

  2. mukul chand · February 29, 2016

    Great Post

    Liked by 1 person

  3. scooj · February 29, 2016

    All stunning. Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Made in Rome · February 29, 2016

    Fantastic. Adding this one to my list for my next stay in Rome!

    Liked by 1 person

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