Tor Marancia, Rome – Part III

This gallery of murals from Tor Marancia, Rome consists of works by Gaia and Moneyless.
Click here for Part I or here for Part II!

Andrew Pisacane aka Gaia painted the building’s facade with a nice sky blue veined with clouds. Gaia enjoys mixing different styles such as Surrealism, Postmodernism, Hyperrealism and more. Here we can find random floating objects like an orange and the head of a classic statue with a fishtail.
His piece is called “Entertainment Renewal Maturity”.

  


The next mural is by the Milano-based artist Moneyless whose work is mostly abstact. His piece is a whirlwind of signs and fragments of blue and yellow circles, it is chaotic and out of control – therefore it bears the name “The Wind”.

  


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