The 16m x 14m artwork piece entitled ‘Recollection’, aims to enhance pedestrian safety in the Sea Point area
and brighten up the city’s public spaces. Luke explains that from a young age Sea Point has always been a
destination where he would go with his family to get close to the ocean, run free in the parks and skate as far as his legs would carry him. “In this work I have tried to capture a snapshot of the Sea Point I know and love with the use of bold colour and linework. This piece is dedicated to the beautiful people of Cape Town for always inspiring me.”
The pedestrian crossing artwork project was initiated by local property developer Blok and executed in
collaboration with urbanism practice and consultancy Our Future Cities (OFC). “The concept is to improve
development within cities to reimagine accessibility and safety as more and more people make the move to live in urban areas. The idea of future cities that merge sustainable economic development with connected urban living to shape the next generation’s way of life is not unique to Cape Town,” says Blok’s CEO Jacques van Embden.
Created on December 7, 2022
Adeldhi Centre, 277 Main Rd, Sea Point, Cape Town, 8001, Zuid-Afrika
Hunted by Tim.
Pictures by provided by the artist.

Marker details

Camera usedFujifilm X-T4
Date created2022-12-07T23:00:00.000Z
Marker typeartwork
CountrySouth Africa