Mural by Jerico titled “Affisione Abbusiva (illegal billposting)” in Via Aldus, Rome, Italy. Jerico is known for his expressionist paintings and murals, he created a beatiful mural for Big City Life project in Tor Marancia, Rome.
~ By Jerico ~ Rome, Italy – Photo: widewalls.ch
More information about Jerico in tomorrow’s post!
Have a beautiful day!
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.
Beautiful mural by Portuguese artist Pantonio in Tor Marancia, Rome, Italy.
The piece titled “Il Ponentino (The West Wind)”depicts fishes and whales wildly floating on the facade, almost beyond the wall’s limits. The title refers to a typical Roman wind that has been present during the making of this mural. Pantonio used shades of blue and turquoise to create this dreamlike picture.
“Il Ponentino” is one of my favourite works from Tor Marancia, it reminds me of carefree summers and swimming with the creatures of the ocean. I chose this mural for today because the Pisces are my zodiacal sign and it is my birthday today.
This gallery is full of art by unknown artists that can be found in the magnificent capital of Italy.
“Veni Vidi Vici” “I came; I saw; I conquered” – a famous phrase used by Julius Caesar after he had achieved a quick victory at the Battle of Zella. In this mural French-American artists Lek & Sowat decided to use Caesar’s phrase with a fake typo. “Veni Vidi Vinci” is a reference to the name of a Great artist: Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci. Lek & Sowat painted the letters in gold so that it can shine when the sun hits the building with all its power.
Click here to read Tor Marancia – Part I, Part II or Part III if you haven’t done so already.
The next mural is a vibrant piece by German artist Rafael Gerlach aka Satone. He titled his beautiful work “Waterfall of words” as he was inspired by the melody of the Italian language.
Spray art found in the streets of Rome.
Check out other murals from Rome – the peripheral district Tor Marancia Part I, Part II, 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 subway station Spagna in Rome, Italy is close to the famous Spanish steps and other beautiful historical sights. The subway station itself offers some nice spray art and stickers.
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Nice enhancement of a traffic sign at Piazza di S. Apollinare in Rome, Italy!
Have a beatiful day!
Another gallery full of murals from the peripheral district Tor Marancia in Rome, Italy!
Click here for Part I!
The first mural titled “Welcome to Shanghai” is located next to Vhils’ near the Tor Marancia/Arcadia bus station. The piece is by Chinese artist Caratoes and it depicts a four-eyed Chinese Opera mask holding an origami version of the Roman she-wolf.
Tor Marancia used to be a village with little houses, shared bathrooms and small vegetable gardens. At that time this suburb was nicknamed Shanghai – allegedly because of the frequent floodings and extreme poverty.
~ By Caratoes ~ Welcome to Shanghai
Next mural is one of my favorite in this district – it is a piece by the Italian artist Mr. Klevra titled “Saint Mary of Shangai”. Saint Mary of Shanghai has been a fictional patron of the neighborhood back when Tor Marancia used to be a village.
~ By Mr. Klevra ~ Saint Mary of Shanghai