Hundreds of murals color the streets of Orgosolo and tell the customs and traditions, the culture and the intimate dissent of the people of Barbagia. The liveliness of the 60s and 70s favored the development of collective murals, which still describe peasant life and power struggles in great detail today, alternating socio-political themes with the representation of typical icons of everyday life: women at work, men on horseback and shepherds.