From tiny but detailed indoor murals to large scale projects on buildings and in cities: these are the projects we're proud of!
Two 75m long murals on the busiest crossroads in Eindhoven by French artist Russ - Part of Tunnel vision.
An extremely fun and interesting project that brightens up the neighborhood with artwork by local and professional artists.
A mural about diversity, our planet and its inhabitants.
A conceptual mural for the UCLL - university campus
Painting the side of a gigantic abandoned and unused silo building in the port of Antwerp.
The renovation of a biker and pedestrian tunnel near the city center of Eindhoven.
Various local and professional artists overtook one of the busy streets and turned a handful of electricity boxes into a nature themed scenery.
A small intervention in the style and concept of a new frites and sandwich place in the citycenter of Genk.
Three portraits of Wallonian entrepreneurs in the middle of Charleroi. A positive message for the people in the form of a campaign for newspaper L'echo.
A festival hosted by Treepack and Street Art Antwerp on het Eilandje Antwerpen, as part of the 10-day festival Part of Antwerp.
The transformation of a large event center that was built in the seventies. A new concept translated into a layer created spectacular results.
A mural for an architecture firm at the busy ring road in Leuven, part of a master plan to reopen a forgotten corner of the city.
Greek mythology combined with a modern touch, relating to the bikers and pedestrians that pass through this tunnel each day.
We were contacted by a school with a clear mission to create a mural that would represent their core values in a bright and colorful way.
A concept where electricity boxes are painted with artwork by locals, amateur artists and organizations. More color in the streets!
Even in winter this newly transformed tunnel will remind you of that sunny ocean breeze.
The people of this parish house in Ghent (BE) were very impressed by the geometric and abstract art of our Spanish artist.
With the goal of creating a pleasant atmosphere for this University, we responded to an open call. Out of 84 candidates, Italian artist Gola Hundun came out on top”.
A renovation-transformation project as part of an open call. World-renowned Mr. Doodle was there to do the honours.
Aloft Hotels asked us to host a live painting session with artist Jisbar! He even created five new artworks for his first Belgian expo.
This project is all about creating a highly visible logo on the facade of the newly opened Butchers Coffee in Antwerp.
We took it upon ourselves to take the street artist indoor and paint a piglet in one of the meatball restaurants of Balls 'n Glory.
The first Treepack project and big collaboration with Anmar Mirza, an eccentric artist from the UK.