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Three-Dimensional Murals & Street Art by Peeta

Published Sep 5, 2018

Peeta, also known as Manuel Di Rita, is a graffiti artist currently based in Venice, Italy.

“In my pictorial, sculptural and mural compositions, my geometrical shapes act as they interact with the surrounding environment. In particular, when painting on walls, my aim is always to create a dialogue with the structural and cultural parameters of the surrounding context, either architectural or not.

Initially, my works only realized the sculptural quality of individual letters, namely the ones that spelled out my own moniker, Peeta. Progressively, the fusion between traditional lettering and three dimensional style has given life to a unique kind of visual rhythm. Today, through my anamorphic works I redesign the volumes of any kind of surface involved, thus causing with my paintings a ‘temporary interruption of normality’ by altering the perception of familiar contexts and so raising a different understanding of spaces and, consequently, of reality on a whole.”

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