Livability campaign

The Sint-Pieters Nieuwstraat is a very busy street where many people pass by, but it is also a residential street. The nocturnal passage of some students regularly disrupted the local night's rest.

That's why the City of Ghent started a project to give part of Sint-Pieters Nieuwstraat, from De Brug to Sint-Pietersplein, more the feeling of a residential street.

In collaboration with Wallin', 4 graffiti artists from Ghent were chosen, who created 5 works in the street. The City of Ghent thus kills two birds with one stone: the ostentatious tags have disappeared and the homely themes and nature motifs remind passers-by that this is a residential street. Kitsune Jolene made two works, Cee Pil, Lobster Robin and A Squid Called Sebastian each (photos in order).

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street art-graffiti-mural-a squid called sebastian-region-ghent
street art-graffiti-mural-a squid called sebastian-region-ghent
street art-graffiti-mural-a squid called sebastian-region-ghent
street art-graffiti-mural-a squid called sebastian-region-ghent
street art-graffiti-mural-a squid called sebastian-region-ghent
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street art-graffiti-mural-cee pil-region-ghent
street art-graffiti-mural-cee pil-region-ghent

In the aftermovie below, we portrayed the project beautifully for you. This was made by Ahmet Eroglu.

Wallin

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