Stage & Auditorium at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow
Glasgow City Chambers and old G.P.O. Building, George Square, Glasgow.
Glasgow based street artist Sam Bates a.k.a. Smug has been practising his craft for over fifteen years, having developed a photo-realistic style that he has freely exhibited up and down the country. Originally from a small town near Sydney, Australia, he believes that Glasgow suffers from having a creative space for fellow street artists and graffiti experts. This space, located underneath the stairwell adjacent to the Kelvinbridge subway station, is one of his favourite haunts, and is often refreshed with new exhibits from Smug. The current one shows a squirrel poised on a skull. Smug’s well-earned reputation has allowed him to earn a living from his art, having been commissioned by Glasgow City Council to do a series of pieces promoting the 2014 Commonwealth Games when the city won the hosting duties in 2008.
View from the monorail over the construction of Sentosa Island, Singapore, 28th October 2008.
Photographed at The Scottish Airshow 2015, Ayr, Scotland
The fountain is also known as the "fountain of the field", because it is located in front of the medieval Palazzo Genovese "Largo del Campo".
Following the earthquake in 1980, the monument were removed four marble vases from the top of the work, at risk of falling and thus potentially dangerous, and then moved at the Diocesan Museum of the Cathedral of Salerno after being restored, finally They are back in their original location.
The Fountain of Pisces is considered one of the best features of Salerno ancient fountains, along with the fountain of the Tullio located in the magnificent communal gardens.
Pulcinella was born in Naples, in the South of Italy, during the second half of the XVI century. It was invented by the actor Silvio Fiorillo, for the Commedia dell' Arte.