Stylin' Art. A family business that was founded in 1940, and still makes their products with pride and joy. To illustrate what exactly happens inside, we asked Gooze to design, paint and eat croissants with us. Since this has been a success in the past (you may remember him from the Satellietkwal mural in Antwerp), we were eager to get started on this project.
The concept: the A to Z workflow of making everyday products with woodchips, starting with the use of leftover tree trunks to transporting and installing the finished product in your home with some of the labour involved in the process. Of course, for every tree that is cut down, a new one is planted.
- Concrete wall of 75m x 9m
- Cleaned up, primed, painted white with watercolour, acrylic paint and spray cans
- 8 days of painting
- More than 55 Belgian croissants were eaten by the artist.
Location: Bijckhoevelaan 5, 2110 Wijnegem