Dante and Beatrice in Florence

Florence, Italy

Contributed by Darren Fishell, Bowdoin ’09

Sergio Ucedo’s #Dante2018 Artwork

Sergio Ucedo is an Argentine illustrator and graffiti artist. Ucedo created a number of striking art pieces during the #Dante2018 social media movement, such as the above piece promoting the hashtag. Ucedo also created the artwork below, which was featured in an article about #Dante2018 on Perfil.

To check out more of Ucedo’s artwork, you can follow him on Instagram and Twitter, and also visit his blog.

You can read the Perfil article that featured Ucedo’s artwork here.

See other posts related to #Dante2018 here.

Contributed by Pablo Maurette (Florida State University)

Sirante’s recent graffiti in Rome (2018)

This piece by Sirante is in protest of the Giro d’Italia beginning in Israel. Note Dante and Virgil in the poster, watching today’s Inferno.

Contributed by Virginia Jewiss 

Campo di Marte, Florence (Italy), March 2018

Dante graffiti in Florence

Florence, Italy (near Piazza della Repubblica)
Photographed by Virginia Marchesi, May 25, 2017

Dante at the Roma Termini Train Station (2015)

dante in rome

Dante at the Roma Termini Train Station

Cerberus Spotting (Jamaica Plain, Boston)


Photo credit Alessio Tognetti

A power distribution box in Jamaica Plain, Boston, featuring a painting of Cerberus.

Contributed by Alessio Tognetti

Graffiti in Firenze

Photo by Kavi Montanaro, 2008

Dante Graffiti in Rome


“From the stenciled cutout of Virgil and Dante on the outside of the building (see top photo) to the artful images sprayed on the gallery walls (see above and below), we’re totally taken.”    —Eternally Cool, June 18, 2008 (retrieved on June 22, 2008)

Contributed by Patrick Molloy