- Meet the artists 2022 -



An Italian artist who uses art to create a strong impact on social issues such as war, violence, capitalism, religion and childhood. His work seems animated by a game instinct. The message is simple, everyone has the creative power of a child playing. He uses paste up techniques (paper, glue, photos and paint).



Graffiti artist and muralist, currently living in Germany. His specific style and color palette often evoke realistic and programmatic forms and shapes from period of artistic movements of the last century. Of course, Kartel insightfully and very humorously reinterprets clichéd dogmas via art, influencing the society.

Mark Jenkins

United States of America

American contemporary artist, whose work is already featured in multiple outlets, but happens to be especially known for his innovative form of street art installation questioning modern society. Jenkins approaches the street as a stage, with the bystander often becoming the participant, but more often than not iliciting shocking and organic reactions. Also, along with the installation itself, he often does lectures and workshops for the purpose of explaining his work. His work is already part of numerous collections, activist movements, museum collections, and even collaborations with the world of high fashion.



“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

Alex Senna


Brazilian artist who has built a very recognizable world of monochromatically stylized characters, who move and talk about all the diversity of human emotional and relational topics. Surrounded by a very colorful and contrasting world, Senna finds collective similarities of the universal relationship between a man and the world.




While he was living like a nomad, he created works in the cities which he chose as his destinations. As he was creating such works, it became his profession. He says that he is not a typical graffiti artist and muralist, but a painter who works in the exterior. HNRX often processes and selects topics from everyday life; he reinterprets well-established paths of our human nature into the newly discovered small details of happiness, which we so often fail to see. He says that the “literal and trivialized” themes of painting actually bring us back to our roots,  and that it reminds us how wonderful the world around us is.

Graffiti artists 2022

Take a look at all the graffiti artists taking a part in this years festival


In addition to the streets becoming a stage for painters and graffiti artists, our festival will not disappoint with our entertainment choices in multiple locations.