Neopaint have hit on some idea that nobody else has ever thought of. There was nothing to do with all the countless sidewalls of Budapest when suddenly Neopaint popped in out of nowhere, mivoltma.444.hu reports.
According to welovebudapest.hu, Neopaint has been breathing – or rather painting – new life into the gigantic and neglected sidewalls of Budapest for quite some time now. They kicked off their TűzfalRehab-project (Sidewall Rehab) in 2010 with the intent of turning Cthulhu-sized empty walls into canvases of larger-than-life pieces of urban art. Despite initial hardships, the project turned out to be a success story, and multiple-thousand square meters of walls were given an artistic facelift.
Welovebudapest.hu said, their masterful works include the portraits of Hungary’s most applauded actors and actresses at Rákóczi Bridge, the mural entitled Budapest Anno at Városháza tér, and the enormous creation on the corner of Kazinczy Street and Király Street right behind the playground.
Neopaint has handed over their latest creation located in Kertész Street, Elizabethtown.
based on article of mivoltma.444.hu and welovebudapest.hu
translated by GAnina