Just over 10 months after the previous one, Giulio Vesprini – street artist and graphic designer from Civitanova Marche – has completed his third artistic project on a flat surface. His latest work is entitled “L A N D S C A P E“, is located in Monte Urano in the hills of the Marche region and was created with the support of Zac Zac, a local cultural association.
“L A N D S C A P E” is the artist’s third flat-artwork, a work that together with “S U P E R – S P A C E” and “S H A P E S H I F T E R” reconnects the sports spaces with their surroundings. The aim of this project is to seek a meeting point between culture, sport, nature and people. The idea is to regenerate neighbourhoods and communities and to breathe new life into places frequented by young people.
Giulio Vesprini faced the challenge with his best weapon: creativity. With a minimalist, abstract artistic approach, he studied the history of the place, translated it into shapes, colours and graphics, combined the environment, sport and art and saved a collective space: the neighbourhood basketball court.