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Rutger Termohlen, Collin van der Sluijs & Super A

Location
Molsparking
Material
Spray paint and latex on bricks
Year
2014

Sint Joostkapel

The mural is inspired by the Sint Joostkapel, located at the Ginnekenstraat. De 15th century chapel is build to honour Sint Joost (Saint Sebastian), the patron saint of plague victims.

Ralph Roelse

Black Death

Residents sought for protection and forgiveness at the church during the plague. It was thought that the Black Death was a punishment from God. The cemetery was located at the location we now know as the parking area Mols. The cemetery was situated outside the city walls, the perfect place to burry the plague victims. After the plague the cemetery was used to burry the poor, orphans, soldiers and suicides.

Ralph Roelse

 

 

 

About the artist

Rutger Termohlen

From
Breda
Profession
Tattoo artist
Website
Rutger Termohlen

Illustrator, painter and tattoo artist Rutger Termohlen depicts people, animals and more often a combination of both. His dynamic work is rich in contrasts, colour and theme: from love to death, from light to dark.

About the artist

Collin van der Sluijs

From
Maastricht
Profession
Artist
Website
Collin van der Sluijs

After graduating from art-academy St. Joost in Breda, Collin moved to Maastricht, where he lives and works on exhibitions and projects. His work can be described as personal pleasures and struggles in daily life, translated into his own visual language. Collin’s work has been published in magazines, books, and shown in galleries, project-spaces and walls in The Netherlands, Germany, France, England, Belgium, USA, Luxembourg, Italy and Spain.

About the artist

Super A

From
Nederland
Profession
Kunstenaar
Website
Super A

Super A is Stefan Thelen’s anti-superhero identity. Stefan uses traditional painting techniques and a knack for design to create compositions that manipulate familiar iconography into mind-bending and inquisitive pieces. The murals of Super A are often metaphoric scenarios rendered with hyperrealism. His work consists of realistic (fantasy) images combined with subtle, but remorseless critique on social or political issues.