20 juli 2015

Conscience mural

Like the previous Mondays we follow the Antwerp Comic Book Mural Trail, and the one today is Conscience by Jan Bosschaert (1957), a Belgian comics artist, painter and illustrator.

Hendrik Conscience (1812-1883) was a Belgian author. He is considered as the pioneer of Dutch-language literature in Flanders, writing at a time when Belgium was dominated by French among the upper classes, in literature and government.

On this mural a surprised looking Conscience looks down from the City Library on a fountain that spits out letters instead of water!

It's location is the Wolstraat. For more info about the mural trail click HERE, and if you like to see the other murals I posted from the trail just click on the label at the bottom of this post.

I'm linking to Monday Murals.

10 opmerkingen:

  1. Nice one. You did a good job taking a pic of it with so little space around it, Marleen!

  2. Dit zijn heel leuke murals met een thema. Mooi gemaakt ook.

  3. A curious and fascinating mural...

  4. That's what I call artistic graffiti.


  5. I love this series. Another great mural!

  6. Spitting out words! Tom The Backroads Traveller

  7. That's an interesting mural Marleen. I like the words coming out of the mouth of the beast. Thanks for your visit to my blog too.


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