The bodies intertwine in the murals by Giacomo Bufarini aka RUN

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15 October 2019

Giacomo Bufarini, better known as RUN, is one of the leading exponents of contemporary street art. Discover his works in our gallery.

Born in 1979, Giacomo Bufarini was born in Ancona where he graduated from the art institute, discovering first writing and then the whole world of street art. It was at this point, when he began to create his works on old wagons and train carriages, that he became RUN

The first great work he signed was a wall in an old building in Italy built-in 2003, then a few years later he decided to move to London, where his art and style, in contact with different stimuli, changes and transforms. 

What does not change is the intent, for RUN street art is always a way to communicate, to get to the heart of people. 

Today, in the world of street art, Giacomo Bufarini is one of the greatest exponents and his style stands out and differs from everything that came before. We can see recurring elements: the use of a large number of colors in the same wall, the shapes of the subjects are soft and formed by sinuous lines, the subjects are mostly human figures that fit together so well and so many times to form patterns that cover entire facades. 

Starting from Florence and Bologna, RUN’s art has exceeded limits and boundaries, you can find his works in England, but also in Poland, China, Gambia or Senegal. 

Discover a selection of his works in our gallery. 

Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al
Giacomo Bufarini RUN | Collater.al

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