Long story short, I embarked myself into this trip by underground to reach the Porta Furba - Quadraro stop, where my adventure began and MURo is located.
It's a risk implied by drawing on a wall, but it's quite saddening how senselessly ugly people can be when moved by envy and stupidity.
The murales following on Via Lentuli, works of the already cited Diavù, but even Zelda Bomba and Malo Marfan, were compromised by some idiot of sort.
In my opinion, this would be a great spot for a new murales:
On the other side, it's endearing how the most of the people living there support and patrocinate the activities of MuRo.
...I continued with my walk.
Somehow I reached Via dei Posoni, with the stunning contributions of Ron English, Beau Stanton and Jim Avignon.
When there I got to know that there are some other murales that are not reported on the map and that Fin DAC, an Irish artist, is taking care of a new wall around Via dei Quintili.
Motivated and extra-excited, I resume my walk with the new informations.
I reach the underpass of Via dei Lentuli, where I checked the fun pieces of Gio Pistone and Mr. Thoms:
Entering Via del Monte Grano I found my favourite piece, "Nest of Wasps" by Lucamaleonte. I enjoyed the pieces of this artist over Ostiense too, it was very nice to find him again ♥
Following the road, I stumbled over the majestic piece of Nicola Alessandrini:
I finally reached Via dei Quintili, where is one of the newest interventions, the piece of Veks Van Hillik:
As promised, on a side street, I found Fin DAC who was working on his piece, supported by Giorgio.
I consider myself lucky, I had the chance to take some pictures of the work in progress:
In case you're curious, here's a picture, retrived from the Facebook account of MURo (keep an eye on it if you want to keep yourself on the activities of the guys):