Thursday, July 16, 2015

"To Break A Plate For Greece", Escif latest mural in Tommarp, Sweden

Escif just sent us some fresh images from his latest street work / experiment which just took place on the streets of Tommarp in Sweden.

Escif just sent us some fresh images from his latest street work / experiment which just took place on the streets of Tommarp in Sweden. 
The Spanish artist sent us the following statement with the pictures which explains his idea behind the piece.
Historians are not agreeing on where the Greek tradition of breaking plates comes from.
The version I like the most says that the ancient greeks broke plates against the marble floors of their houses to ward off evil spirits with the clatter of broken crockery.
Breaking a plate for Greece is a psychomagic act to ward off evil spirits from Greece and from all Europe. I hope that it works!
...Opa! --Escif
"To Break A Plate For Greece" is another great concept by Escif and we sure do hope it works too!
More images are awaiting for your click after the jump so check them out and then let us know your thoughts about the piece down in our comments section.




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