In Milan a mural for Francesca, the woman who fought against cancer

His memory forever. In Milan, a mural will be created for Francesca, the travel blogger who died last April 2 after a fight with a tumor that she herself had told without filters and with courage on social media, where she had become famous under the name of “Misunderstood”.

From her Instagram profile, the family members have announced the new initiative, which will be completed by Stefania Marchetto, a 34-year-old Milanese artist who studied at the Brera Academy. “Tonight @stereal_marchetto made the first sketch of the mural dedicated to Fra – reads the post -. It will be created in Milan, between Monumentale and Farini, starting from Monday. On Friday 22 at 10 am the inauguration. Who can come”, with a heart to close the sentence.

Last April, friends of all time and Francesca’s partner had launched a fundraiser to donate in her memory to Airc, the Italian foundation for cancer research, and in a few hours they had managed to put together 50 thousand euros, a sort of last miracle of Misunderstanding.

“Hello everyone, we are the people who loved Francesca. We thought that the best way to thank her was through a donation to Airc, to support cancer research – they said on social media -. She would have wanted it like that, less tears and more concrete actions. Just go to the page dedicated to her, donate as much as you want and leave her a message “. And from Friday a message for her will also be on the walls of Milan.


Milan mural Francesca woman fought cancer

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