After almost three months of stopping, the street artists are reappropriating the streets again and among them, there is Giulio Vesprini, an all-round Italian artist, able to move from graphics to illustration, from painting to street art, from photography to architecture excelling in each of these disciplines. His first project after the lockdown aims precisely to redevelop an area of Cascinare, a small hamlet of Sant’Elpidio a Mare, near its Civitanova Marche, inviting citizens to return to play and spend time outdoors.
The work calls “S U P E R – S P A C E” and covers the entire surface of a small field on which red and blue blend through lines and shapes, becoming a symbol of unity and cohesion. Besides representing a sort of connection, Giulio Vesprini’s work is the emblem of a return to normality and, precisely for this reason, it goes to celebrate the meeting place par excellence, where culture, sport and nature come together.
Giulio Vesprini’s work is an invitation to go out, to abandon the screens and video calls that in recent months have become daily bread, and to resume the real meeting spaces, which cannot be replaced.