“Rhine Side Gallery” as part of the Krefeld change of perspective under the artistic direction of Fredda Wouters from Kevelaer in coperation with Uerdinger Kaufmannsbund e.V. and city marketing Krefeld.
This place is very popular in Krefeld, because the beach bar is really nice and running by the Uerdinger Kaufmannsbund e.V.
Cuboliquido was born in Milan in 1974.
He has lived from his art since 1992 and discovered his passion for street art in 1994. First as a graffiti artist and later as a traditional Madonnari artist (street painting of traditional Madonna pictures and religious motifs with pastel chalk). Today two of his Madonnari works of art are exhibited in a basilica in Bethlehem and Mexico City.
Since 2009 he has focused particularly on anamorphic 3D street painting and has participated in many international street art festivals, where he won numerous prizes.
He has already traveled across Europe, Russia, the USA, Latin America, Thailand, China, the Middle East and South Africa for his painting.
He worked for many well-known companies such as Disney, Sony, MTV, Universal Cinema, Amazon, Coca Cola, Google, Samsung, YouTube, Adobe and many more.
To date, he has participated in over 200 events as a street painter. He is the first artist to combine 3D street painting with animated videos (video mapping) and his work has already been shown at three different art biennials and other contemporary art exhibitions. In the title Maestro Madonnaro in Grazie die Curtatone was awarded and in March 2017 he won the first prize of the world's most important competition for 3D street art in Dubai.
Alex Weigandt, born in Pawlodar Kasahstan in 1983, emigrated to Germany to the city of Monheim am Rhein at the age of 10.
As a teenager he came into contact with graffiti, inspired by comics, he combined several techniques with classical painting. After completing his training as a surface coater, he began studying communication design in 2013.
Since then he has been increasingly involved in illustration, videos, 3D animation and graphic design. In 2017 he founded the two-man design agency "Tubuku" with Jaroslaw Masztalerz, with a focus on facade design.
Jaroslaw Masztalerz was born in Wroclaw (Poland) in 1984. In 1989 he emigrated to Monheim in Germany with his parents and older sister.
After attending the Lotten elementary school, he went to the Monheim comprehensive school until he graduated from high school. He noticed early on that he was fond of creative work.
In his youth he played with his hip-hop band "Dreista". Where he acted as both a rapper and a producer. At the same time he discovered the joy of graffiti painting through his cousin in Poland.
At first only on the sheet of paper, but then also at night on noise protection walls and bridges.
After his community service in the kitchen in an old people's home, he began teaching physics and art history in Wuppertal, which he broke off to study communication design in Krefeld.
Since 2010 he has worked as a freelancer in various agencies until in 2017 he founded the agency "TUBUKU" together with Alex Weigandt. Since then, the now 36-year-old has been traveling all over the country to give buildings new shine. According to the motto "Give the world color and it will no longer see black"