Dado and his Dice Game: Graffiti of Italy

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This was written by our friends over at Global Street Art.

 

Northern Italy is well-known for the refined quality of its graffiti, unlike the south which is better known for its more hardcore bombing graffiti scene. Dado (meaning ‘dice’ in Italian) is a great example of the refinement that takes years of dedication. His smooth ribbon-like forms look like they could float from the walls they’re painted on! His attention to the effects of light on shapes is staggering and our interview has been a long time coming!

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