CIBO: Urban Art Against Hatred

"I chose street art to bring opponents into my world to make them lose every time and responding in an increasingly beautiful way. We Italians are famous for things to eat, so in my own way I want to show that here you can resist”. So, Pier Paolo Spinazzè (1982) a.k.a. Cibo, is an international street artist with his aim at peace and union, without distinction. For over twenty years, his modus operandi has been to transform any written element or symbol of hatred within various cities into cul...

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