In Liège, a fresco of a height of +/- 2 m over a length of +/- 25 meters, has just taken place on the wall of the depot of the City of Liege located rue Varin, near the n ° 81. This wall was chosen for its technical accessibility and high visibility, as well as for its location of choice, since it runs along a busy road, near the Guillemins station. Inspired by medieval iconography, Honet comes from graffiti. The artist has constructed the fresco in the style of a coat of arms where each element can be interpreted either in isolation or as a whole, thus evoking the medieval past of both cities. The content of the fresco thus borrows its vocabulary in medieval times and the world of graffiti. The work is full of graphic references religious, esoteric and folk related to the culture of Liège; its colors evoke the Belgian flag and history tumultuous of Belgium.