It might be time to move to Italy, guys. Street artists are thriving there, and Agostino Iacurci is one of the best. Why? Iacurci's attention to detail, timing, and use of medium is masterful. His images sprawl and jump across walls in the way comics stretch across pages. The juxtaposition of the aging walls with his lonely characters and clue-like props all tell subtle stories, colored with tones of mischief and loneliness. We want more. So, Italy—here we come.
ABOVE: Abithoudini // Via Lugaro, Turin (Italy)
ABOVE: Future Simple // Las Armas district, Zaragozza, Spain
ABOVE: Beardwatching // Univerisity Campus, Besançon (France).
ABOVE: aRenato // Memorie Urbane Festival, Via Marina ( Lungomare di Serapo), Gaeta, Italy
ABOVE: Pietro non torna indietro // Via Lavizzari 5, Lugano (CH)
ABOVE: Over the rain // made for Urban Contest, Urban art event // Circo Massimo, Rome.
ABOVE: Bagnasciuga // Series of drawings on paper.
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