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“Kokesh”, a collaborative mural by Fin DAC, Edo Rath & Nol Art in Breda, Netherlands

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September 14, 2015
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As reported a few days ago, our friend Fin DAC was recently in The Netherlands making additions to his ‘Hidden Beauty’ series.

As reported a few days ago, our friend Fin DAC was recently in The Netherlands making additions to his ‘Hidden Beauty’ series. 
He teamed up with local artists and friends Nol Art and Edo Rath to work on a wall in Ginnekenmarkt, Breda. With a distinctively Japanese colour palette, the artists signature geisha work is given an alternative lease of life by the playful character backgrounds of the Dutch artists.
The artists spent 4 days in typical wet, windy Dutch weather completing the collaborative work entitled Kokesh.
The mural signals the start of a new project in Breda called Blind Walls Gallery. An open air exhibition that will showcase the work of national and international artists over the coming months and years. It is the brainchild of Vroom & Varossieau Urban Contemporary Art working with Graphic Design Festival Breda and Look For Art .

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Photography by Joost Van Asch and Michael Nol



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