Due to the mix of techniques created during the street art workshops imaginative creations. Combine image, shape, structure, color and text into a unique and colorful street art work!
Banksy is probably the world's most famous street artist, but street art or stencil art has been around for much longer. Partly due to the 'pop art' of Roy Liechtenstein and the work of Andy Warhol, this form of art became known to the general public in the late 1960s. By working with stencils and templates it is possible to quickly create a visually and substantively powerful image. There are therefore more and more artists who use the street-art use technology to shape, for example, socially critical, humorous or political expressions.
After the welcome and welcome speech from our experienced workshop teachers, the street-art workshop starts with a clear explanation about the safety and use of the materials. When all participants are wearing the protective clothing, we usually first take a group photo before we split the group into smaller groups and start the workshop. The program of this creative workshop is made up of a series of challenging exercises that increase in difficulty. After the basic techniques have been practiced, an artwork can be made individually or jointly.