The Italian Constitution has been printed on the wall of the historical town of Aielli, within the Angelo Vassallo playground. In charge of the technical and artistic parts there is Angie Mazzulli, a student born in Aielli.
To realize this work, they used a special printer supplied by a company from Novara that worked on a concrete wall of 60 square meters for several days. This is the first time a Constitution gets written on a wall but, despite the many concerns, the town managed to overcome this challenge.
The goal of this work was to rediscover the founding principles of the country, and to spread them in a unique and original way. Liberty, equality, human dignity, and respect became within everyone’s reach. These are the values that should drive the political, economic, and social life of every single one of us, and nowadays are also a touristic attraction that never ceases to amaze.