Tor Marancia, Rome – Part V

Last gallery showing murals from the peripheral district Tor Marancia in Rome, Italy!
Previous parts: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV.

The first mural “Distance Man Nature” by Jerico has been inspired by the famous Genesis image by Michelangelo that is located on the ceiling of the Sistine Chaple in Vatican. Jerico was born in the Philippines and grew up in Sao Paulo.


“Solo” by Danilo Bucchi is and abstract minimalistic portrait of woman that seems to be done in only few fast ink lines.

Untitled piece by German artist Clemens Behr depicting abstract geometric shapes inspired by the building’s construction and the colors of its surroundings.

This vibrant piece titled “Still Life” by Reka depicts a woman with a basket full of fruits, it is clearly influenced by cubism. His amazingly clean lines and colorful shapes make this mural very popular among the inhabitants of Tor Marancia, Reka is even being compared to Picasso around here.


Diamond is a local street artist who has been ispired by the Art Noveau style, he created this beautiful mural using acrylics and spray paint.

“To Alberto. 93 tones” by Italian artist Alberonero is a dynamic piece depicting moving tiles in a wide color spectrum.

This painting is a reworking of a photograph by Francesco Paolo Michetti. It was created by Australian Guido Van Helten.

And last but not least, “The Pyramid” by Best Ever.

Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoyed 999Contemporary’s Big City Life Project.
More information about the above mentioned artists is coming soon!

Have a great day!


  1. scooj · March 16, 2016

    These are all magnificent. I particularly like the Van Helten. What an inspired project.

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