Francisco “Fran” Bosoletti was born in 1988 in Armstrong, in Argentina. His drawings soon attracted the compliments of perfect strangers, asking him where they could buy his art. At the time, he was travelling in London and realized that he could make art for a living. Coming back to Argentina, he studied illustration and graphic design, and after graduating in 2010, started to work a while in an advertising agency. But walls are his favorite canvas.
Traveling the world, his murals started appearing throughout cities. Inspired by Fine Arts and nature, Bosoletti is merging the human body with vegetal elements, showing the intertwined destinies of men and their planet. Nature is reasserting itself, claiming its rights upon men’s cities. His murals are peaceful and poetic, but full of deeper symbolism. Social awareness and philosophy are hidden behind the flowers and the moving look of his feminine heroines. The decay of humanity, the ascendancy of nature, and the duality of Bosoletti‘s art is a warning for urban inhabitants, financial speculators but also us, mere mortal and small pieces of Nature. The message is clear, the message is beautiful.