Our friend Bjørn Van Poucke and The Crystal Ship have just completed their latest street art project in Nieuwpoort, a small city at the Belgian coast, with Brussels artists Oli-B. Oli-B is an artist from Brussels, Belgium. His work ranges across a huge array of media: acrylic, spray paint as well as digital or screen printing
The Crystal Ship Street Art Festival 2019 has wrapped up another series of impressive murals which were created in the city of Ostend in Belgium. For the fourth year in a row, the organizers and curator Bjørn Van Poucke brought a stellar line-up to the Belgian’s coast city. This year contenders included: Case Maclaim (DE) –
We continue our ongoing coverage of The Crystal Ship with a brand new piece from Spanish artist Marina Capdevila. Born in Barcelona, Marina is an illustrator and holds a Fine art Degree of the University of Barcelona followed by a stay in Rotterdam for a Erasmus exchange at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam.
Mexican artist extraordinaire Paola Delfin is currently in Ostend, Belgium where she just wrapped up an impressive new piece of work. In toen for The Crystal Ship 2019 Festival, Paola spent several days up high working on this figurative monochrome mural. Standing at 40 meters high, this is one of Paola’s largest wall to date.
Our friend Leon Keer recently stopped by Belgium where he was invited to paint with the good lads from The Crystal Ship Festival. Entitled “Fragile”, the Dutch artist brought to life another of his exquisite “Trompe L’oeil” artwork with this set of vases. The Crystal Ship has been a leading European festival for the last
“Lost Ticket” is the latest artwork to be completed by Croatian Artist Lonac in Ostend, Belgium for the latest edition of the always excellent “The Crystal Ship” Street Art Festival. Lonac has produced impressive large-scale, site-specific murals across Europe and worldwide, combining photorealistic rendering with illustrative and two-dimensional stylistic elements. His public murals are painstakingly
British Artist David Walker just wrapped up a large new piece in Ostend, Belgium for the Crystal Ship Festival 2019. After several days of work, David just wrapped up his artwork which shows the outline of a man against an abstract background. The text reads “A Blank Canvas Is A White Flag”. Working in portraiture,
Moroccan artist Mohamed L’Ghacham was recently invited to participate in the latest edition of the always excellent Crystal Ship Street Art Festival in Ostend, Belgium. The artist discovered graffiti during his school days and then became attracted by the most classic painters and the language they use. His work is mainly figurative with a realistic
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