Lighting Flowers is a digital graffiti installation that aims to enhance peripheral areas. This urban regeneration project was born from the idea of coloring the suburbs and planting bright flowers around the world, enhancing these places defined by Franz Cerami “crossing places.”
The work of these digital graffiti starts with the manual drawing in oil and graphite, which is digitally reported once finished.
These are real moving paintings that represent the surrounding reality through the eyes of the artist.
This work of global art crosses the threshold of a new artistic and linguistic frontier that allows man to be part of an illusory space equal to reality if not more complete.
This project has already been realized in Rome and Naples, and is planned for the outskirts of Berlin, London, Lisbon, Paris, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and New York.