Collage of 13 stencils found around Bergamo city center.
The post Bergamo Street Art Stencils features nine stencils found around the city center. Here are 13 more. These (mostly) political-themed stencils seem to pop up overnight. Some are legible, others are difficult to read because we don’t understand the context.
Are we just spreading the message by publishing these photos? Maybe. I'm curious about the people who create these, their message, and the chosen medium of walls.
Ciao Carlos, Dove vado, evado (“Where I go, I escape”), Fuck authority, Tumbling house.
Let me smoke, Lotta … (“Fight….”), Pregare … lavoro (“Pray … work”), Sopra la gente, lo stato campa, sotto lo stato, la gente crepa (“Over the people, the state stays alive. Under the state, the people die.”)
No al debito (“No to debit”). No austerity.
No alla guerra (“No to war”). [Fancy horned animal]. Senza casa non ci sto! (“Homeless, I can’t take this!”)