Francisco Bosoletti has just created a new mural in Valencia, Spain. Bosoletti is an argentinian artist who paints large murals which always seem a little out of reality. He was born in Armstrong, Argentina. One of his inspiration is the feminine movement. There, he explores different gestures and especially tulip shapes which is a classical symbol for females. Bosoletti is also aiming to raise awareness to the environment.
His newest mural is called “Protégeme” which means “protect me” in english. It shows naked women which seem to be like negative photographs. You can’t see them clearly when you look at them. Bosoletti told Streetartnews that he likes the idea of people passing it without really grasping the concept behind it while others get it right away. The concept is to make visible that there are different realities that exist.
the concept behind it while others get it right away. The concept is to make visible that there are different realities that exist.
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