Nino Come is an Italian Street Artist with a passion for drawings and murals. His inspiration & creativity comes from the world around him. He found himself in the world of art through comics. He is among the emerging street artists considered to be one of the most promising in Naples, Italy. "When I start drawing time freezes and I have access to a space that can only be unlocked when I grab a pen. In that space, I start thinking about the current world we live in and translate it into my art. The faces of people watching my art is the best thing ever, it makes my work so worth it and funny!"
"The drawing represents and praises the art of craftsmanship, in particular Italian sculpture. The Renaissance was a fundamental era in the history of art not only in Italy, but in the world. And this is what, together with the naturalistic beauties and the glories of ancient civilizations, often gives us a living through tourism. The Renaissance showed its most impressive side in architecture, but it was also able to give us memorable works in terms of sculpture, which have become one of the masterpieces of humanity. The drawing represents a Neapolitan sculptor friend of mine in the foreground. While in the background there is the Royal Palace of Quisisana, a historic residence located in the hilly area of Castellammare di Stabia. " - Nino Come
“Il Disegno rappresenta e elogia l’arte dell artigianato, in particolare la scultura italiana. Il Rinascimento è stata un’epoca fondamentale della storia dell’arte non solo italiana, ma mondiale. Ed è ciò che, assieme alle bellezze naturalistiche e ai fasti delle antiche civiltà, spesso ci dà da vivere tramite il turismo. Il Rinascimento, infatti, ha mostrato il suo lato più imponente nell’architettura, ma ha saputo donarci anche a livello di scultura delle opere memorabili, entrate a pieno titolo tra i capolavori dell’umanità. Il disegno rappresenta in primo piano un mio amico napoletano scultore. Mentre in secondo piano c’è la Reggia di Quisisana, dimora storica situata nella zona collinare di Castellammare di Stabia.” – Nino Come