Back from a week-end in Brussels, last June, we will show you what we found in the streets.
We walked a lot, but we loved the city, which is full of nice pieces of street art.
For those who might be interested in knowing more about Brussels, here are “10 good reasons to go to Brussels” (in French) by 100driiine!
We found pieces of: Mister P Stick (Lille), Christian Tian, Ella&Pitr, Kashink, The Sheepest, Big Daddy Gun, ROA and Bonom (local artists), Jef Aerosol, Spencer… and a lot others!
We began the tour from the Porte Louise, where you will see a huge piece of Bonom to the Palais de Justice. From there, you will have a great view on the city, then take the lift to go to the square. And then take Rue Haute, and on the right Rue des Chandeliers, where you will see a whole street dedicated to street art with pieces like:
From Rue du Temple, you will find:
Rue de la Chapelle, you will see a great piece of Erick Hikups, the eyes :
Plus, we can see Lempke Eindhoven for the light bulb and Big Daddy Gun for the cooker in green.
To see more about what 1UP crew is able to do, watch the video filmed in a metro in Berlin: click here to check out!
Take the direction of the skate park located on Rue des Ursulines, and painted by Parole & Sambre:
Close to the railway of Gare du Midi, take Rue des Ursulines to go and Rue des Brigittines to go back, you will be amazed by all the street art pieces you will find here. Here are a few pictures of what you can see:
One other skate park, in the Quartier des Marolles, you will see this crazy bird of ROA:
From a general view of Brussels street art, you will see a lot of EDF boxes, painted (don’t know by who…):
A huge amount of vinyles pasted on the streets, by wHo? and Butcher.X:
And to finish, a music shop in the center of the city, painted by the famous Jef Aerosol:
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