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BANKSY AND NORWEGIAN STREET ART IN A SKURKTUR WORK

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BANKSY AND NORWEGIAN STREET ART IN A SKURKTUR WORK it has been modified: 2019-07-11 di Egidio Giannini

CMYK - THREE DIMENSIONAL WALL

In 2009, Skurktur, a small design collective based in Trondheim, Norway, realizes CMYK: a colored rain hits an adult man and a child, causing completely different reactions in them.

La colored rain runs along the wall of the building, the flat forms of man and child, evident references to the work of the famous English writer Banksy, interact perfectly with the drops of water and the umbrella protruding from the wall.

The man hastily seeks refuge, the child stands with open arms, embraces every drop of rain with great joy and enthusiasm.

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In 2012, the Italian political and economic reform movement “Ricomincia da Te” used the work for its own promotional campaign.

Skurktur's Street Art is “full” of social criticism and satire, as is all the work of the great Banksy.

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