Kamp Seedorf made an unexpected 'short trip' in Milan: the Dutch wall writers' collective we started to appreciate over the last few years, after having plastered Amsterdam with fantastic drawings (the last one concerns the young captain of Ajax, Matthijs de Ligt, the protagonist of a beautiful work that appeared near the Muiderpoort Station of the Dutch capital), chose the Lombard city walls as the setting for the new works.

 

This time they choose two symbolic players of AC Milan: in the small via Bonnet (Corso Como area) the drawing of a star of the past as Clarence Seedorf (the Orange footballer who also inspired the name chosen by the group) appeared; while close to the Vertical Forest a portrait of the striker of the present (and future) of the Rossoneri, Krzysztof Piątek, came out. Two places that, probably, are destined to become real places of worship for the Rossoneri fans, and others, who have already begun to immortalize the news on social networks. We, exclusively, show you unpublished photos.

Kamp Seedorf was in Milan The Dutch collective has created two new works in Italy: an AC Milan player and an old Rossoneri glory | Image 0
Kamp Seedorf was in Milan The Dutch collective has created two new works in Italy: an AC Milan player and an old Rossoneri glory | Image 0
Kamp Seedorf was in Milan The Dutch collective has created two new works in Italy: an AC Milan player and an old Rossoneri glory | Image 0
Kamp Seedorf was in Milan The Dutch collective has created two new works in Italy: an AC Milan player and an old Rossoneri glory | Image 1