Memorie Urbane 2014 | Ernest Zacharevic, Etnik and Millo

In the third week of Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival, currently taking place in Italy and continuing until September 9th, 2014, artists Ernest Zacharevic, Etnik and Millo have been working on their murals.

Best known for his interactive street art pieces, Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic brings the simple yet universal experience of child’s play to Italian streets and walls.

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by FlaviaFiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by Flavia Fiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by Flavia Fiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by Flavia Fiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by Flavia Fiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta by Flavia Fiengo

Toy Mafia by Ernest Zacharevic in Gaeta | Photos: Flavia Fiengo

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce by Dante Corsetti

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce by Dante Corsetti

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce by Dante Corsetti

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce by Dante Corsetti

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce by Dante Corsetti

Ernest Zacharevic in Arce | Photos: Dante Corsetti

Before arriving to Memorie Urbane, Ernest Zacharevic had a solo show at Montana Gallery in Barcelona, open until May 3rd, 2014, entitled Rock, Paper, Scissors!.

Rock, Paper, Scissors!

Rock, Paper, Scissors!

Rock, Paper, Scissors!

Rock, Paper, Scissors!

Photos: Ernest Zacharevic and Montana Gallery Barcelona. More photos from Arrested Motion.

Back to Memorie Urbane, graffiti artist Etnik also finished a mural in Fondi, Italy.

Etnik / Photo: blindeyefactory

Etnik / Photo: blindeyefactory

Photos: blindeyefactory via

And a sneak peek from Millo’s mural:

Millo - Arianna Barone

Millo - Arianna Barone

Millo - Arianna Barone

Photos: Arianna Barone

Etnik and Millo will also have a show at Basement Project Room. Here is a preview:

Millo and Etnik - Davide Rossillo

Photo: Davide Rossillo

Etnik

Photo via Memorie Urbane

Millo

Photo: Millo

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