We passed the Keith Haring mural on the way to the train station. The mural was painted on the 180 square meter wall of St. Anthony’s Monastery. The theme of the mural was World Peace, which looked like many individuals.
These murals are not very famous, but they are really interesting. There are some graffiti feelings, very romantic.
In fact, as soon as you leave the train station, walk along the street to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, just northwest of the roundabout. It happened to be next to the bus stop, because the mural was opposite Keith caffe and facing away from the street. So first find the coffee shop and find the mural. Now it is rare to see masterpieces on the street! So it's worth watching, it's a masterpiece without admission fee.
Keith Haring is an American street painting artist and social activist. His earliest works started from subway stations. I think I can come and have a look, but maybe I still don't know how to appreciate it, the elements seem to be a bit monotonous.
In the small village near the railway station, some very beautiful pictures are painted on the facade of the house. So everyone calls me the Mural Village. The colors of these fairy tales are very bright and the content is very lively.
Walking from the train station to the leaning tower of Pisa, they are murals created by painting artists and social activists.
His earliest works were created in 1980, when he was looking for black posters to be posted in a New York subway station, using white chalk graffiti, mostly thick outlines, monochrome, hollow abstract people, animals, etc. Patterns, his works often resemble some kind of complex patterns. Various patterns fill the entire composition, often without perspective or texture, but with many symbolic emotions, such as a barking dog, a kneeling villain, etc.