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David Walker Paints Largest Mural at Belgian School for “Wild-Brabant”

Posted on April 30, 2016

“Just finished my biggest mural to date,” says Street Artist and muralist David Walker about this upward gazing fresh face in Belgium. Today we have photos exclusive to BSA readers of the new 17 square meter mural at an elementary school that is visible from many of the classrooms throughout the day – presumably for those times during class when students prefer to daydream.

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David Walker. Frenetschool De Pit. Belgium for Wild-Brabant. (photo © @StreetArtwerpenaar)

“Wild-Brabant” is the festival in this province of central Belgium and Walkers’ freehand full color portrait took an entire week at the Freinetschool De Pit in Diest school.

The project gathered the daily interest of the teachers, students, and various parents who brought him fresh cookies daily and watched Walker as he demolished 160 aerosol paint cans to create one of his signature women for the campus. The project was organized by Provincie Vlaams Brabant and Killerbee Workshops.

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David Walker. Frenetschool De Pit. Belgium for Wild-Brabant. (photo © @StreetArtwerpenaar)

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David Walker. Frenetschool De Pit. Belgium for Wild-Brabant. (photo © @StreetArtwerpenaar)

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David Walker. Frenetschool De Pit. Belgium for Wild-Brabant. (photo © DW)

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David Walker. Frenetschool De Pit. Belgium for Wild-Brabant. (photo © DW)

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