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World Renown Italian Street Artist, AliCè (Alice Pasquini,) Paints Two New Murals In Philly

March 21, 2013

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(First two photos by Harlequinade Art)

Absolutely LOVE her work!

AliCè (Alice Pasquini,) the amazingly talented street artist from Rome, stopped by Philly last week to put up two new pieces of work… The first in South Philly, in the Italian Market at 9th and Washington streets. The second tucked away in Center City on Ionic street, just above 20th.

Can’t say it enough, I’m completely enamored by these… Great work Alice!

After her stop in Philly, AliCè painted her largest mural in America yet in Bushwick Five Points, in New York City. Then she headed up to Ithaca, New York to complete two more murals!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. March 26, 2013 11:28 am

    Great artwork. The first piece is a perfect example of why we should enclose more empty lots with wood-board fences and walls instead of chain link: as a canvas for artistic expressiveness and to cover up the blight that devalues neighborhoods. Why limit public art to big, City-funded murals? Brava Alice!

  2. Liz permalink
    December 22, 2013 11:08 pm

    ahhh so cool! That’s my house, and I’m so excited to see it here! Can’t wait for her return in the spring!

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