The Ephemerality of Roman Street Art: Enjoy it While it Lasts

Wandering around Rome most visitors are struck by the amount of graffiti on the buildings, the metro cars, the ruins, anything that sits still long enough to tag. Among all the tags are glorious examples of street art, which I always love discovering and hunting for, especially the little subtle, clever ones. So of course,… Read More The Ephemerality of Roman Street Art: Enjoy it While it Lasts

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Hunting Alice Pasquini + Un-revelatory News that San Lorenzo is FULL of Street Art

Recently I went for a wander over in San Lorenzo, a neighborhood that is little frequented by tourists, is generally full of students, and was up-and-coming in the ’90s (don’t believe any guide that says it’s up-and-coming at the moment, it has already come and gone). San Lorenzo isn’t far from where I live, but… Read More Hunting Alice Pasquini + Un-revelatory News that San Lorenzo is FULL of Street Art