Re-invent public spaces


Utopia. What a beautiful word! You can imagine everything, and its can be real! But when dream are putting on the paper, because some one belive in it, is not anymore an utopia, but a hope. And with this spirit Dan Sternof Beyer created these concepts of “Public Art”. Fingers crossed, hoping that concepts one day will be real! Look at the project HERE.

Utopia. Che bella parola! Puoi immaginare qualsiasi cosa, e quella diventa realtà! Ma quando i sogni vengono messi su carta, perchè qualcuno ci crede davvero, non si parla più di utopia, ma di speranza. E con questo spirito Dan Sternof Beyer ha creato questi concept di “Public Art”. Dita incrociate, con la speranza che questi concept un giorno diventino reali! Guardate il progetto cliccando QUI.

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An artistic summer


Summer is coming!!! If i close the eyes i can here the sound of the sea’s waves…But we are here for speak about arts Enrico!!! come on!! So, i discovered this interesting article who divide city for the architectural style that make unique that areas. If you are an architecture lover, this article is for you. Enjoy!!! Click HERE for reach the article…

İtalians do it better


This post is for signal this artist (codename AliCe’) who is very very interesting: first of all because is a very talented illustrator and painter, second because she is italian (and in this crisis period be proud to be italian is not so common for me). This is her biography, directly from her website:

AliCè: Alice Pasquini, principally a visual artist, works as an illustrator,
set designer and painter.
Based in Rome, she has lived and worked in U.K., France and Spain.
AliCè has travelled the world bringing her art to the streets of many 
countries.
She has collaborated on illustration, graphic and design projects, including 
the graphic novel “Vertigine ed Rizzoli”
“I create art about people and their relationships, I’m interested in 
representing human feelings and exploring different points of view.
I especially like to depict strong and independant women”
AliCè’s work is usually carried out in colour spray paint and acrylics, 
or for illustration inks on paper and photoshop.

Now you know her a bit more, so let the illustration speak for her. Reach the gallery clicking HERE.