Upside down circus by Etnik

Etnik, Upside down circus, Turin, Italy, Street art

“Upside down Circus” is the name of the newest wall painted by Italian/Swedish artist Etnik. This latest piece is situated in the former mill factory, ‘urban park’ in Torino.

I have written about Etnik extensively on No Grey Walls. From his short term wall here in Barcelona to his platonic solids series in Paris, Millancay, Greece, Jacksonville and London.

Etnik, Upside down circus, Turin, Italy, Street art

This latest wall from Etnik represents the urban characteristics of the city. Modern and clean shapes contrasting against favelas and decaying suburbs.

Etnik, Upside down circus, Turin, Italy, Street art

Just like in the real life ‘industrial park’ the landscape of Etnik’s upside down circus is lived in by jugglers, acrobats, skaters, bikers, etc. Everything coming together to represent the ‘street circus’

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Etnik, Upside down circus, Turin, Italy, Street art

Etnik, Upside down circus, Turin, Italy, Street art

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Lewis Duncan aka No Grey Walls is a Scottish street art lover/photographer/blogger based in Barcelona.

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