Pressure Washed Street Art by Strook

The creative imagination of Stefaan De Croock aka Strook practically takes off in flight from the impressive skills seen within his recent exploit of street art. The Belgian artist and illustrator pressure washed an image of vision into the mossy wall outside of the STUK art center in Leuven, Belgium. Symbols and shapes dazzle my eyes as they bounce around in a visual play land of what looks like an image of a large bird flapping its wings. Considering that this is his first attempt in using pressurized water as art and that this beautiful mural came straight from his mind signifies the purity and ingenuity of what this artist can do.


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