Italian artist Francesco Camillo Giorgino, known as Millo, paints large-scale murals that feature friendly inhabitants exploring their urban setting. ... and what my walk proposes is a stroll in twelve facades that tell the relationship between man and the city, through the work of Millo. following the giant children of Millo who sleep under a city that becomes covered, playing with them with Lego bricks and with railway passers that become tracks of trains, diving into the lakes of the parks that become pools and finally sitting on a throne made of hundred-storey buildings, like the Little King of Barrier, the symbolic image of Millo's work in Turin. Known by everyone as Millo, Francesco Camillo Giorgino is the street artist who has revolutionized the landscape of Turin and Milan, painting his murals on the huge walls that made him famous. Born in 1979, Millo was born in Mesagne, a small town in the province of Brindisi, then moved to Pescara, where he still lives, to graduate in architecture. His passion for design led him to structure himself as an artist and to participate in numerous street art festivals. In 2014 he won the B.Art competition, winning the opportunity to paint 13 walls in the city of Turin. His art, however, did not stop in Italy. His works are scattered throughout Rome, Milan, Bologna, Florence, Paris, London, Luxembourg and Rio de Janeiro, all with common characteristics. An almost exclusive use of black and white, with some rare points of color, a clean section, of murals full of details, which incorporate, as much as possible, the elements of the surrounding architecture.
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