Photo: Bella Manu
These striking images are found on Porto Fluviale, an old military warehouse in Rome, built in 1910. The project took street artist, Blu, 2 years to complete.
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Tagged as art club blog, artclubblog, Blu, graffiti, Graffiti Friday, Graffiti Friday #36, Italian street art, Porto Fluviale, Rome graffiti, Rome street art, street art
Awesome! Thank you for sharing!
Wow! Fascinating! And pretty clever to make eyes of the arched windows – but then there’s the detailed textures – bananas, scales, leaves! You sure find some unique things!
I also love how he used the windows, and the details really are amazing!
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