Bassano: the video of the mural inspired to Jacopo Ponte

A painting by Jacopo on a wall in a building in an oratory in Bassano del Grappa? It is possible thanks to the street Artist Ravo Mattoni and the Rame Project of urban regeneration. Everything in a short video of a minute and a half.

The Rame Project

The Rame Project, in the words of its publishers , “aims at the regeneration and cultural development of spaces, especially if neglected or forgotten by everyday life. Interventions of urban art, which recover and reassess city views with the languages ​​of underground culture, graffiti and street art.”

Mattoni’s mural can be appreciated in this short video:

Mattoni’s work is the latest in a series of interventions that have involved other prominent names among Italian street artists: Lucamonte worked at the Social Center square of Marchesane district in Bassano del Grappa, Cento Canesio has filled more than 62 meters in length of Tabacco Road in Bassano and Peeta has contributed to giving new colors and life to the Stravagante Hostel in Verona.

Target Point, Italian Ideas