Guerrilla Spam was born in Florence in november of 2010 as a spontaneous action in the public spaces.
Since 2011 have been realized numerous works in the street throughout Italy and abroad, that maintained a strong interest in social issues and for the relationship between art and public, prefering the illegal urban action instead more official event. From 2013, for three consecutive years, was made in Turin the “Shit Art Fair”, an illegal exhibition who reaffirms his estrangement from the conventional dynamics of art fairs.
Some national and international newspapers talked about Guerrilla Spam as “La Repubblica”, “Corriere della Sera”, “The Economist”.
Stikki Peaches’ (Canada) work has been seen in the urban areas of Paris, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Berlin, Stockholm and London. Though covering international landscapes with his pop-culture referenced, lowbrow street art, Stikki Peaches has also added to his ongoing street tapestry in his hometown of Montreal, Canada.
From his beginnings in 2009, his “What If Art Ruled The World?” tagline had every passer-by engaged in thought, while enjoying the embodiment and amalgamation of his unique and nostalgia-laced street art.
Alberonero was born in Lodi and lives in Milan.
He graduated in interior design at “Politecnico Di Milano”, Alberonero works with minimal, essential and synthetic shapes, reducing the element of visual language to a minimum scale.
The preparation is inspired by architectural space and the research of the sensations which can be visualized after the redesign of the context. Removing the shape and using the square as central point to express a single tone, the color becomes the central element of his work.
Every single color by its own can create a new and different sensation respect of its surroundings using the geometrical shapes who interact and create unique options of sensorial transmission in urban space or other.
Active since 2009 with the organization of Creature Festival in Lodi, in 2013 he participated in Miami Art Basel in the showroom of Meridiani USA reinterpreting the image of the company with tapestry and wallpaintings.
In December 2014 he worked in Campidarte in Sardinia for the project “Norme di paesaggio”, a solo show between nature and architecture, the process developed further in Salento, in summer 2015.
In winter of 2015 he realize a new project for a playground in urban space at Ex Dogana in Rome with the creation of a basketball court site specific for the inhabitants of the neighborhood.
Greek street artist STMTS is best known for the politically and emotionally charged, large-scale drawings of children he wheat pastes on various public buildings throughout Athens.
Of his own motivations, the artist says: “I care about the social problems and more specifically about the kids and the new generations. The political circumstances affect all the problems of society, so they possibly also affect my work and inspiration.”
Beginning with a lengthy pre-planning process in the studio in which he makes repeated sketches of his subjects, he then takes the completed work to the street for pasting. STMTS deliberately chooses old and dilapidated walls for his work to draw the attention of spectators to the physical and economic conditions surrounding the work.