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) – Crystal Wagner (USA) – David Walker (UK) – Escif (ES) – Helen Bur (UK) – Jaune (BE) – Leon Keer (NL) – Lonac (HR) – Marina Capdevila (ES) – Miss Van (FR) – Mohamed l’Ghacham (ES) – Paola Delfin (MX) – Tom Herck (BE) – Wasted Rita (PT)
The Dictatorship of Art, the theme of the fourth edition of The Crystal Ship arts festival, is in fact not meant as a provocative statement. It is, quite simply, manifest. For let us be honest: we have already tried everything else – popes to presidents, communism to capitalism, aristocracy to mediacracy – and the world is still on the brink of a nervous breakdown.
With a wide array of mediums and style, the Crystal Ship’s finished murals are giving yet another twist to modern street art!
Discover all of the artworks below and head over to their Instagram page to let them know your favorite piece!
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