Italian artist Francesco Camillo Giorgino, known under the name MILLO, is an adept of large (and superlarge) murals. The black and white of his poetic and childlike compositions contrast with highlights in strong colours, making his style one of the most recognizable, through intersecting lines that incorporate architectural elements. His creative universe is populated by oversized people placed in the urban space. Somewhere between surrealism and terrifying verities, his poetry reflects realities that are much less tender than his characters. With a sweet aesthetic and a very singular universe, MILLO sets his giant characters above a maze of geometric and cold cities to create a startling contrast. A superb homage to urban life and humanity. MILLO always draws on local culture for inspiration, the specificities and characteristics of the city or the neighbourhood which welcome his murals. While he has painted in a great many countries on all continents, this mural painted for MU was the first he created in Canada.