As mentioned in an earlier post, Pablo S. Herrero was also one of the headliners of the first edition of the CVTà Street Fest curated by Alice Pasquini and organised by Jessica Stewart in Civitacampomarano, a town with about 400 inhabitants.
According to the organisers, Street art was used as a framework to change the landscape of this charming corner of the Italian region bringing new life to the place.
For the occasion created Pablo a mural and street interventions that interact with the surroundings in a very natural way, a lovely work centered around the image of the tree as both force of nature and symbol of fragility something we also manage to appreciate in this new piece where the delicacy of the piece lays in the way it follows the structural framework and masonry on which they are painted.
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