German artists Christian Hinz “Kera” and the collective “Quintessenz” where recently in Würzburg in order to take part of this year’s Street Meet Würzburg and for which they painted three huge walls that can in some way be seen as a tryptic.
The work consists of three walls painted on three adjacent apartment buildings, one painted by Kera, one by Quintessenz and painted by both as a collaboration. The murals took approximately one week and almost 500 liters of paint to finish the walls under the heat of the summer temperatures that made the job a bit harder than usual.
The walls reflect each of the artists characteristic style; Kera’s work that focuses on finding the essential and the abstract form and Quintessenz’s abstract expressionist style where the ‘process’ is highlighted as part of the work. The result are three different, but complementary murals whose boldness speak for themselves.
Have a look at the pictures courtesy of Kera and judge by yourself.
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