Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Blu New Mural In Messina, Italy


Blu recently stopped by the beautiful island of Sicily where he spent a few days working on this new mural in Messina.
Painted at the Teatro Pinelli Occupato, the former home of the Port Authority, the Italian artist dropped yet another epic mural inspired by the story of Messina. Between ships and swordfish, Blu's symbolism stands clear, denouncing the evil of human's condition in today's society. With his usual and distinctive pop and grotesque language, the artist distorts and destroys the symbols of capitalism, war, religion and politics.
Continue reading to get a full look at this piece and watch out for more updates from Blu soon.

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato.- full view

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato. - detail shot

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato.- boat details

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato. - sea details

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato.- fish details

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato. - fish details 2

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato. - boat details 2

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato. - details 3

Street Art By Blu in Messina At Teatro Pinelli Occupato.- details 4