Street artist

Pier Paolo Spinazzè, currently resident in San Giovanni Lupatoto, was born in 1982 in Vittorio Veneto (Treviso) and has an educational background in art, topped off with a degree in Industrial Design. For over 10 years he has worked and drawn under the tag CIBO, his best-known label, now synonymous with Italian artistic excellence and a social responsibility which has the goal of giving something back to the community through art, transforming the messages of hate that often, unfortunately, deface the walls of our beautiful cities, into appetising works of art.


Art against hate

An interview with CIBO, the internationally renowned street artist who creates colourful food-themed murals to fight intolerance and racism in cities.

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