UNO’s world is a delicate dance of color, proportion, and pattern pushed almost to the limit of excess. The principle point of impact is the wall directly in front of us, a tour de force of the design, pattern, and color that has marked the last several years of UNO’s artistic output. Drawing on a wide range of techniques, from stencil and collage to posters and freehand spray paint, UNO fully embraces the environment presented. At first glance chaotic, yet subtly balanced for harmony, the space draws focus from the rhombus, the geometric fulcrum of the room.

Within these forms the primarily black and white patterns move from subtle depictions of the Kinder face to rain drops that recall the function of this room, with its sink tucked into the corner. Giving life to the space’s soundtrack, the concept of water is omnipresent, with the sink itself transformed into a three dimensional showcase. The calming effect of water in such a dynamic space is echoed by the choice (and non-choice) of color. Bright fluorescent gradients pop around the black and white elements, reflecting subtly off the gold swaths, which are the final touch to what is a 360-degree glimpse into the artistic practice of UNO.


  • Title: All in
  • Creator: Uno
  • Date: 2015
  • Location Created: Ex Caserma Guido Reni
  • Productions: Outdoor - Here, Now.
  • Photographer's name: Alberto Blasetti
  • Bio: Uno is an Italian artist and he works and lives in Rome since 2005. The techniques that he uses for his productions are the street art classic ones, even though when he started he preferred posters or the repetition of iconic elements and collages. He's inspired by Warhol's, Debord's and Rotella's lessons, so he plays with the advertisement techniques using sprays and painting to create an infinite repetitions of images.
  • Type: environmental installation
  • External Link: https://out-door.it/uno-all-in/

Get the app

Explore museums and play with Art Transfer, Pocket Galleries, Art Selfie, and more


Google apps