Street Art by Francesco Camillo Giorgino

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Francesco Camillo Giorgino, known as Millo, is active in painting murals worldwide in/for different countries and cities from Rome to London, Barcelona, Vienna, Shanghai, California, Chicago, Berlin, Helsingborg, etc.


Here is a collection of Millo’s street artworks featuring large-scale murals with combination of illustrative characters and building-block like urban buildings. The natural elements played by the characters, such as trees, earth, heart symbol, fish, reminds urban people of environments around.

“Italian artist Francesco Camillo Giorgino, known as Millo, paints large-scale murals that feature friendly inhabitants exploring their urban setting. He uses simple black and white lines with dashes of color when necessary, and often incorporates elements of architecture into his multi-story paintings.” C. Jobson, Colossal.

He took part to several street art festival and NGO art event all around world. He has been painting in USA, Russia, China, Australia, Thailand, Argentina, Chile, Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Uk, Netherland, Poland, Lithuania, Belarus, Ucraine and of course Italy.
His works have been exhibited in Los Angeles, Chicago, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Milan, Rome, Florence and more.

In 2014 he won the B.Art competition that enabled him to paint 13 multi-story murals in the city of Turin (IT).

“Sometimes coyly surreal, other times borderline terrifying” K. Brooks, Huffington Post

My safe place Pescara Italy

No hesitation Pistoia Italy

POWER OF IMAGINATION Kremenchuk Ukraine

You make my heart spin around Safi Morocco

Art Libre Free Art Montreal Quebec Canada


Dream Pescara Italy

Go Earth Go Santiago Chile 2016

Keep me Jyväskylä Finland

Kriebelstad Heerlen Netherland

Learn to fly Bratislava Slovakia

Love Runs the World Kiev Ukraine

My head is a jungle Kreuzberg Berlin Germany

Never far enough Santander Spain

Rebirth Genk Belgium

SOUND OF YOU Shanghai China

This is not a dream Tbilisi Georgia

Weave Estarreja Portugal

What you don’t see Trondheim Norway

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