I made two wall paintings in public places. The first one can be seen in the Viktor Frisstraat (Rabot, Gent, 2013). It was commissioned by the residents who wanted to revalorize their street which had become a dumping place.
The second one, Parklife KMT (KMT means I love you in Czech and Slovak), can be seen in the Pierkespark (Brugse Poort, Gent, 2015) and was commissioned by de Vieze Gasten. It shows a day in the park as it really is. It’s a large composition of portraits of the people who use the park almost every day as a meeting place, as a playground or just to find some peace.
Both paintings are made with natural wall paint.
The last photographs show temporary drawings with whiteboardmarkers for the Sportinovatiecampus in Bruges.