Here a quick update from Italian visual artist Giulio Vesprini and his abstract canvases painted on walls.
The new mural, titled “Cerchio G016”, was painted in Porto Sant’Elpidio, Italy for the “Parlare Futuro” project where a series of talks about the language of urban art and its role in society took place last week.
The event counted with the participation of the architect Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, graphic designer Ideaki Kawano and Giulio Vesprini himself in a close dialogue on art, architecture and graphics that highlights how art interacts with the city, in particular the role of street art in small towns like Porto Sant’Elpidio.
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