Street art between stencil and political satire: this is how Alien Attack tells the company in Milan

Street art between stencil and political satire: this is how Alien Attack tells the company in Milan
Street art between stencil and political satire: this is how Alien Attack tells the company in Milan

From Cracco by JustEat to Mario Draghi “magician”, this is how the Milanese street artist Alien Attack describes our company. For those who walk the streets of the Lombard capital it is difficult not to have ever admired one of his works, which make one think: “I refer a lot to political satire and for someone like, who cannot draw, the stencil is perfect”. He expresses himself with bright colors and surprising hybrids, like that of his latest work: the grin of the governor of Lombardy, Attilio Fontana, on the body of the assassin of the big screen Freddy Kruger. On his path he tells of the inspiration of the famous Banksy: “In the first grade I approached the world of hip-hop, the transition to graffiti was a natural step. The stencils arrived in 2010, when I saw Banksy’s film “Exit through the gift shop”.

May 2, 2021 – Updated May 2, 2021, 2:02 pm

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