Local illustrator Rita Jeltsch came up with a child-friendly mural. It takes the form of an underwater scene.
Large figures in sober colours are typical, making Bisser’s work instantly recognizable.
Here, the artist created a mural in which some see an elephant and others a traffic light. What do you see?
Allow yourself plenty of time to study this detailed, dark-blue mural on Donkerlei by the Brussels artist Iota.
In this edition, Gijs Vanhee, who initiated the Mechelen Muurt project, has also left his mark on a wall.
On social media, this impressive blast of colour is one of the most popular works in the Mechelen Muurt 2.0 project. Is it your favourite wall too?
Klaas Van der Linden called this wall Hellfie. See it with your own eyes and you will understand why.
Street art fans know Sozyone’s murals as busy, gigantic colour bombs – a detailed medley of bold shapes and lines.
With her father Tom Vanderhulst, Mirte painted a series of jolly ice-creams on a wall of the Geerdegemvaart swimming-pool.
On the façade of the Appelaar sports centre, this artist painted 9 muses as a possible explanation for the origin of the village’s name.