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The Crystal Ship: Work in progress by 1010 in Oostende

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April 3, 2016
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1010 at The Crystal Ship picture by Kristien Janssoone (1)

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1010 has landed in Belgium where he just started working his magic on the streets of Oostende for the first edition of The Crystal Ship.

1010, pronounced “ten-ten”, is known for his unique works that play with your mind to appear like holes and three dimensional shapes on walls. Every artworks from his series of op-art murals seem like colorful portals inhabiting the urban landscape. The obvious layers of concrete lead to darkness and they are so realistically done that it is hard to believe they do not have the depth.

Kristien Janssoone caught some progress images after the first day and we’ll be back soon to show you some more images from 1010’s latest portal.
1010 at The Crystal Ship picture by Kristien Janssoone (3) 1010 at The Crystal Ship picture by Kristien Janssoone (5) 1010 at The Crystal Ship picture by Kristien Janssoone (2)



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