Stefaan De Croock – New Mural Installation in Belgium

Stefaan De Croock, also known as Strook, recently completed a massive mural installation in Belgium. The gigantic new piece features his signature assemblage style figures and is mounted well above the street level on the streets of Ostend for the Crystal Ship Festival.

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Vincent Bal – Shadow Illustrations

Filmmaker Vincent Bal recently embarked on a new series of illustrations. The Belgian artist decided to start creating a doodle a day on a piece of paper which utilizes shadows from various objects which are placed next to the paper to give him the foundation of the piece. From burglars to polar bears, Bal whimsically recreates humorous scenes with merely a fine-liner and some trickery.


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Klaas Van der Linden – “Voyage” @ Blanco

Our friend Klaas Van der Linden has recently unveiled his new exhibition “VOYAGE” at Blanco Gallery in Ghent, Belgium. The new solo show contains more than 20 NEW Paintings By Klaas Van der Linden. and opened last week October 7th and is on view until this Sunday the 16th. If you’re in Ghent definitely go check it out!


Sainer ETAM – New Mural in Brussels, Belgium

Polish aritst Sainer of the ETAM Cru recently made his way out to Belgium to paint a gigantic new figured based piece. The new work entitled “Mother” was created for the Une Ville En Couleur project in Brussels and features a mother caressing a young child with another toddler behind her holding a piece of a Rowan tree.


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Maya Hayuk – Mural for MIMA Museum

The one and only Maya Hayuk recently made her way out to Belgium where she painted a beautiful new interior mural for the MIMA Museum. Featuring her classic layered and drippy line work, the American artist added some spectacular colour the the Brussels space.

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Klaas Van der Linden – Lost at Sea

Our man Klaas Van der Linden just sent over some images of a new wall he completed out in Belgium. Invited by the Sorry, Not Sorry Street Art festival, Van der Linden took a few days to go big and painted a sailor on boat lost at sea, hence the title.

LOST AT SEA WallPainting By Klaas Van der Linden In Ghent City

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