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Sicilian Artist Gue Turns Basketball Court Into a Colorful Canvas

Urban courts never looked so good.

The Italian city of Alessandria has been given and injection of color thanks to a vibrant contribution by Sicilian mural artist Gue. As part of the redevelopment of the Carlo Carrà park — itself named after an Italian Futurist artist — Gue transformed a 347-square-meter basketball court into a geometric labyrinth that sees interlocking swathes of vivid reds, yellows and blues set off by cool greys to result in a beautiful but functional piece of urban art. To see more of Gue’s work visit his equally vibrant Instagram account here.

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