In preparation for the new academic year, street artist and muralist Pener is painting on the wall of a primary school in his city of Olsztyn, Poland.
He tells us that he has named the new piece “Kaleidoscope,” possibly because it reminds him of those hand operated optical toys that produce new abstract patterns that change as you rotate them and look into a source of light.
How many people get a chance to see the many special effects of these when they are children? Of his new painting, Pener says, “I hope the wall will give kids inspiration and energy.”
Below you can see a video of how a kaleidoscope is made.