On the Scheldelaan in the Port of Antwerp, a bare wall has been tackled by 80 graffiti artists. They painted a wall 920 meters long, usually with works about the environment, the sea and the Scheldt itself.
The project was commissioned by the Antwerp port authority and the Flemish Waterways Agency.
Graffiti artists from Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Australia took up the challenge, including Aerosol Kings and Lastplak.
They were suggested to make works of art about nature, the environment, maritime life and the Scheldt. Although everyone was free to paint whatever they wanted, most did stick to the theme.
Thanks to the diversity of artists, there are also different styles to admire on this wall.