“Neapolitan Stories” are my statements on topics of various social aspects, united by the aesthetics of street art and the... Read More
“Neapolitan Stories” are my statements on topics of various social aspects, united by the aesthetics of street art and the study of the urban environment.
In focus: the city of Naples, its walls that attract street artists from all over the world. It is replete with graffiti, witty statements by nameless artists, advertising banners, and decorative designs of all kinds of cafes and bars. The streets are crowded with crowds of all kinds of people: tourists, street artists and musicians, old people and children, couples and singles, freaks and white-collar workers. Here we see signs of the life of local residents: underwear hung out for show, road signs covered with stickers. Behind the scenes there is Italian music, loud conversations and laughter. This is how I wanted to show the city that I fell in love with at first sight.