The Crystal Ship Embellishes Dendermonde! Images of Murals by Henrik Haven Graffiti & Street Art .magSlideContent .slides img { display: block; width: 100%; } .magSlideContent{ border: 4px solid #ffffff; } June 13, 2018 Angie Kordic Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief. The Belgian city of Dendermonde has become 5 murals richer, thanks to The Crystal Ship makers! The esteemed street art festival employed six internationally renowned artists to use the city as canvas and create large-scale works as well as some 20 colorful interventions, as part of the Kaleidoscope project. Among the participants, we have the Low Bros duo, made up of Berlin-based Christoph and Florin Schmidt, who created a fun abstract piece; UK’s David Walker, known for his portraits of women, one of which now graces the entire facade of a building; local artist Jaune, with his garbage men in fluorescent uniforms which can now be found all over town; Oli-B, also a Belgian creative, whose colorful artwork goes perfectly with the brick wall it was painted on; Joachim, whose enigmatic character calls for a discussion on consumerism; and finally Joëlle Dubois, who has tackled our obsession with social media. Thanks to our contributor Henrik Haven, we now have a photo-recap live from the spot, so make sure you check them out below! Oli-B, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik HavenLeft: Low Bros, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik Haven / Right: Jaune, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik HavenJoëlle Dubois, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik HavenJoachim, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik HavenDavid Walker, Kaleidoscope Dendermonde, Belgium, 2018. Photo © Henrik HavenAll images © Henrik Haven.

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