The Seth Globepainter Piazza Di Spanga images add great splashes of color and inspiration to the Italian metro station. Based in Rome, the murals are currently on display for travelers to view while getting from one point to the next. Essential to each of these paintings are rainbow hues and the portrayal of multiple dimensions.
These Globepainter pieces were originally produced for the MACRO Museum's Urban Legends installation. What separates these murals from similar underground projects is the creative way in which the artist works with concrete.
Although situated in a highly confined and limited space, his depictions of a small boy and young girl portray them pulling back curtains and entering magical realms, taking viewers to otherworldly states of mind.
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