Francisco Bosoletti

Armstrong / Argentina

Born and raised in Armstrong, a small village in Santa Fe province, Francisco Bosoletti is a well-known large-scale muralist. His poetic and figurative way of capturing the human body adding some nice pictorial element might be a nice definition of his style. Together with Young Jarus, Francisco Bosoletti has collaborated with URBAN NATION by contributing his works on an Epic One Wall Crossover project in 2018. […]

Biography / Francisco Bosoletti

Born and raised in Armstrong, a small village in Santa Fe province, Francisco Bosoletti is a well-known large-scale muralist. His poetic and figurative way of capturing the human body adding some nice pictorial element might be a nice definition of his style. Together with Young Jarus, Francisco Bosoletti has collaborated with URBAN NATION by contributing his works on an Epic One Wall Crossover project in 2018.

Francisco Bosoletti took on his artistic career since he was really young. In 2010, he graduated from Illustration and Graphic art school and started working for an advertising agency. A London trip has changed his direction. As he started drawing everything that grabbed his attention, people noticed and loved his artwork immediately. It may be the respect he has for what that building previously was and what it is now or simply because of the different perspective he presents but his murals are breath taking. He uses a lot of earthly tones in his murals and goes quite deep into the feminine movement, characterized by gestures that are fragile, profound, full of grace and gifted with elegant flowers. At the beginning of 2018 he painted in a negative light a portrait from Daphne (from Greek mythology) together with Jarus Young, who pained Apollo. They have created something that will stay in Berlin’s memory and hopefully make people look at things in a new way.