As simple as it may sound, Livorno could holster a worldwide phenomenon unique on it’s own. It has the ideal city size and amount of available walls to make for an interesting presence on the international muralism scene.
What you see here today is the start of MuraLi, an initiave to give an extra to the daily appeal of the city.
Besides lifting the level of visible art in the city, we want to increase sustainable traffic by linking lesser known areas with more popular ones. Creating different interesting routes for visitors of the city to follow.
We tried to combine each available wall with artists carefully selected on style, ability and diversity. Following this way we believe to render the most out of the current spaces, making an interesting appeal to the eye of the visitor.
Zed1 embodies the word “Street Artist” fully, being around for more then 20 years in this discipline.
He has literally painted walls of every size and dimension.
Arnaud Liard is an eclectic Parisian artist, who often applies different artistic techniques, thereby challenging the boundaries between several artistic disciplines.
Teo Pirisi, alias Moneyless is a visual artist who for years has been researching and investigating many aspects of geometric shapes and spaces.
Millo, paints large-scale murals that feature friendly inhabitants exploring their urban setting.
Lucamaleonte, active since 2001, adds new solutions that provide for the temporary abandonment of the stencil in favor of a freehand painting, functional to enlarging the surface of his masonry works even on entire facades.
RAME13, born in Pisa in 1989, is an Italian Street artist.
Ever painting since her childhood, her study in the Florence’ Art Academy, made her realise she was looking for something extra.
With a degree at the Academy of Comics in Florence and graduation at University of
Philosophy of Pisa; she started working as an Illustrator which later made her art