Rutger Termohlen

An ode to the harbour Like Anti-held, Joren Joshua and Daniël van de Haterd, RutgerTermohlen worked on a wall in the Potkanstraat. His painting is an ode to

Stephen ESPO Powers

Anyday Queensday Powers processed his conversations with residents and passers­by in his mural, as a love letter to the city. Stephen ESPO Powers did this during the first


Geisha with a local touch Together with Nol Art and Edo Rath, Fin DAC made this Geisha mural named ‘Kokesh’ on the wall of an (also Japanese) sushi

Rutger Termohlen

Tattoo flash Bunker Tattoo is a well-known name in Breda. In 2017 the tattoo shop celebrated their 16th birthday, the perfect opportunity for a homage. Blind Walls Gallery

Colectivo Licuado

A mediaeval meal The people of 16th century Breda sure enjoyed a solid meal and a drink (or two, three, four). In 1544, the city council organised a