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So eerie…wheelchairs drifting off into nowhere, painted shadows creeping from underneath doors.

In 2013 street artist, Herbert Baglione’s shadowed souls rose from the aura of patients long gone from this abandoned psychiatric hospital, in Parma Italy. It’s all part of his ongoing ‘1000 Shadow’ series.  The series explores the residuals left in abandoned spaces; Baglione explains why he chooses these environments “ The path that the soul takes.  It is as if the soul is leaving an invisible trail on these places.“ The souls have drifted and appeared in other hauntingly inspired spaces - here’s a small sampling of new shadows…

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STREET ART - Xray Graffiti by Shok-1.
Street artist Shok-1 has been weilding a spray can since the ’80s and shows off his precision with aerosol in his series of x-ray-inspired murals. Playing with the translucent nature of spray paint, Shok-1 geometrically arranges femur bones, vertebrae and even insects in abstract patterns. Like his contemporaries Doze Green and Kofie, Shok-1 takes inspiration from the early 20th-century avant-garde movement, referencing the explosive abstract compositions of the Futurists with his meticulously-painted nebulas of floating forms. l Via & Via

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