If not walls, then rooftops! Young grafitti artist S.F. takes his spray paint and imagination a few floors high and sends a message of hope and solidarity offering an insight into how the youth relate to this very surreal experience.
Confinement. Viruses. Masks. Deaths. Gloves. Hand-washing. Operas off balconies. Empty streets. Suspicion. Solidarity. Confusion. Uncertainty. Joblessness.
These are concepts difficult to digest for most adults, let alone for the young and impressionable. For 16 year-old Ilioupoli resident S. F., being confined at home didn’t translate as being unimaginative. He chose to make sense of it the only way he knew – using his spray paint on a canvas visible only from the skies. S.F who hopes to go to the Athens School of Fine Arts on graduating from school, has been dabbling with street art for seven years, and is equally drawn to other art forms such as photography, painting and drawing.