UPDATE! Discover a new mural in Bucharest by Japanese artist Aito Kitazaki 

Japanese street artist Aito Kitazaki at Lente day 2

Discover a new mural in Bucharest by Japanese artist Aito Kitazaki 

Japanese ­čç»­čçÁ street artist Aito┬áKitazaki┬áaims at the best street artist in the world. Currently, he is travelling the world painting his manga-inspired characters combined with calligraphy and personal perspectives. For a few days he is in Bucharest and we are happy to help him with his goal. This weekend he is painting at Lente, adding a new layer of spirit and meaning while continuing the series of murals alongside┬áSorina Vazelina & Primitiv Print,┬áLivia┬áF─âlcaru &┬áReg,┬áIrlo,┬áPisica P─âtrat─â,┬áPraf de cret─â,┬áSaddo & Pren,┬áAda Mu╚Öat,┬áCut─âric─â, Kitr─â,┬áAitch.

UPDATE: The first edition of the Un-hidden Street Art in Romania book is here to help you discover independent art in public spaces.

Japanese street artist Aito Kitazaki at Lente day 1

Aito┬áKitazaki┬á– work in progress at Lente – Day 1


Aito┬áKitazaki┬á– work in progress at Lente – Day 2

Aito┬áKitazaki┬á– work in progress at Lente – Day 2

Japanese street artist Aito Kitazaki at Lente

Soon we will add his paintings on the Un-hidden Romania street art map. His partner in life and work, Saki Kitazaki if filming all his work, and they publish a video on their youtube channel with their adventure. Check it out and stay in touch.

Aito┬áKitazaki┬á– murals in Europe

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Here you can discover all the murals and interventions we did in collaboration with Lente during the past three years.

This article is part of the Un-hidden Romania series of interviews with street art and graffiti artists, published weekly on feeder.ro. Together we will enter their artistic universe and learn how the city can be regenerated through artistic interventions in the public space.


Article by Cristina Popa (random) Andrei Racovi╚Ťan (ubic)

Images ┬ę Aito┬áKitazaki┬á

Un-hidden Romania is an urban regeneration programme conceived as a series of artistic interventions designed for the public space, co-created with the community, aiming at humanizing Bucharest and other cities in the country, as well as promoting their understanding and exploration through art.

The digital version of the street art map is available here:

The Un-hidden Romania street art project is organized by Save or Cancel, through feeder.ro and is co-funded by AFCN. The program does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the program or the way the program results can be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.

Organizer: The Save or Cancel team, composed of Cristina Popa (random) ÔÇô social designer, editor, and cultural manager, and Andrei Racovi╚Ťan (ubic) ÔÇô architect, editor, and artistic manager, together with the audience, artists, collaborators ╚Öi partners.
Project partners: CNDB, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Zeppelin, IQads, Igloo, Urban things, România Pozitivă, IQool

About Save or Cancel
Since 2008, Save or Cancel is a medium of communication and propagation of the arts and culture, promoting and facilitating their role in contemporary society.
The self-initiated multidisciplinary programs of Save or Cancel aim to identify sustainable and adaptable opportunities for (re) valorization of the existence through architectural, cultural and editorial projects.

Visit the projectÔÇÖs page Un-hidden Romania to find out more about past, current and future activities:

Un-hidden Romania

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