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Miaz Brothers. To be, or not to be?

Brown Power

The three ballet dancers by Orticanoodles

The sticker by Shepard Fairey (OBEY)

The tile by Invader

Miaz Brothers. To be, or not to be?

“We are interested in “perception” and not “representation”… it is in direct relation to the use of the senses and the ability to process information that should be increasingly important

Brown Power

In 2020, the renowned Art Review magazine, which annually ranks the art world’s most important figures, ranked the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement first, underscoring the central role of social

The three ballet dancers by Orticanoodles

Today we want to tell you about two beautiful works from the INSIDE exhibition by Orticanoodles at the Francesco Messina Studio Museum (which if you haven’t visited yet, we absolutely

The sticker by Shepard Fairey (OBEY)

On road signs, steps, walls, poles or electrical boxes. On t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets or caps. You will have already noticed Obey’s face in various cities around the world. Have you

The tile by Invader

Walking through the streets of Paris it is almost impossible not to come across a Space Invader: a tile made up of ceramic tiles that form the pixelated image of

The indicator by Jef Aérosol

The red indicator is the trademark of the French street artist Jean-François Perroy, aka Jef Aérosol, the legendary pioneer of Street Art who, together with his contemporaries Blek Le Rat

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