Swastikas on the wall become giant cupcakes with purple icing, and the words "my Hitler" are transformed into "my muffins." All in a day's work for the Italian street artist who fights racism by turning nasty graffiti into food. "I take care of my city by replacing symbols of hate with delicious things to eat," said the 39-year-old artist, whose real name is Pier Paolo Spinazze and whose professional name, Cibo, is the Italian word for food. "The important thing is to rediscover values that we may have forgotten, especially anti-fascism and the fight against totalitarian regimes that came from the Second World War. We must remind ourselves of these values," Cibo said.