Fabio Fedele from Rovigo in northern Italy, started in 1993 with street painting. He studied architecture in Venice as well as the history and perception of architectural heritage. He has won numerous prizes at international street painting festivals and worked as a street painter in Italy, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, United Arab Emirates and the USA. Since 2003 he has been a member of CCAM, the most important association of street artists in Italy. In Italy, he was awarded for his street painting the highest titles: "Maestro Madonnaro" in Grazie di Curtatone and "Magister Madomnaris" in Nocera Superiore.
His artistic work is based on drawing, as an expression of thought; so it is quite common that parts of his works, or the whole, are invented on the spot, as the work takes shape, following the free flow of the artist's thoughts. The search for a universal language led him to prefer figurative, nature-inspired art to represent anatomical and prospective virtuosity. Since 2006, 3D street painting has also been part of his repertoire.