Sbagliato: Roman Street Art Collective

8 Jan
Sbagliato, window wheat pastings from Roman street art collective Sbagliato. Graffiti, street art, wheat paste, doors and windowsSbagliato, window wheat pastings from Roman street art collective Sbagliato. Graffiti, street art, wheat paste, doors and windowsSbagliato, window wheat pastings from Roman street art collective Sbagliato. Graffiti, street art, wheat paste, doors and windowsClick to enlarge

The art collective Sbagliato (meaning “wrong” in Italian) pastes images of windows and doors in the most unexpected places, suggesting a way inside and adding a surreal quality to the ordinary; makes me think of the holes in the Yellow Submarine. The anonymous group redraws urban surfaces, promoting a new reality by subverting order and changing landscapes — in some cases existing buildings, in other cases rock formations, and in still others stone walls by the river banks — by adding a twist with their surprising windows, shutters, and doors.

You can see more of their work here and here.

via tribeart

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