Flora tra i flamingo
Urban Art can change the life and essence of any place, but when it is part of something specific it has the power to revitalize or highlight atmosphere it wants to represent to its visitors.
That’s why the John Reed Studio chain contacted urban street artist Ale Senso and asked her to give life to the Spa area of their fitness club. They knew that having her on board would give them the opportunity to transform something ordinary into extraordinary.
“Need sunshine, outdoors, and natural embraces.”
Flora tra i flamingo is an outdoor quartz wall made with paint and sprays on a concrete wall created for the John Reed Studios chain in Erlangen, Germany. Its colors and spirit give life to the area, a manifesto of some of the most basic needs of human beings: outdoor life illuminated by the sun’s rays and human contact.
The work stems from the commissioner’s request for “a mural with Miami-style flamingos” and that was exactly what Senso delivered. The mural gives a sunset vibe that goes hand in hand with the general spirit of the city.
Flora tra i flamingo is an artwork that not only gives the warmth that was requested by the owners of the club but also demonstrates the excellent quality of the work of the artist Ale Senso, who has proven to be one of the most stylish urban artists of the moment.