Camillo Francesco Giorgino, aka Millo, is an Italian artist born in 1979. He graduated with honors in architecture, and has received several national awards and recognitions, for example, Celeste Prize in 2011. Millo has worked in arts festivals around Europe, and his production has been exhibited in numerous places like Rome, Milan, Bologna, Florence, London, Paris, Luxembourg and Rio de Janeiro. In 2014, he won the B.Art competition, which enabled him to paint 13 murals in the city of Turin. Millo’s work follows a simple trend lines in black and white. Occasionally, uses a dash of color to give more life. Some architectural elements, memories of his college education, strained to take it to the next level of large-scale murals.
Source and images: Millo.
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