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EST:STREET ART

Don’t call him the Estonian Banksy – although it’s tempting.

Just like his British counterpart, Edward von Lõngus is a street artist who uses stencils to leave his mark on walls all over the world, and whose real identity is a mystery. To celebrate the Estonian Presidency of the EU, he has left colourful Estonian characters all over BOZAR and downtown Brussels. Download the (R)ESTART REALITY app and watch them come to life.

Street art @ Brussels

 

© Johan De Smet
© Johan De Smet

Ats#Pets, an electric bagpipe duo from Tarvastu are rocking the Horta Hall in BOZAR. 

© Edward von Lõngus
© Edward von Lõngus

On the steps next to BOZAR: the naked emperor. Edward von Lõngus premiered this character in Tallinn for the 2015 elections and caused quite a stir.

© Johan De Smet
© Johan De Smet

Lembit, the King of the Hill, who speaks the ancient language of stones and knows all the secrets stored in rocks. 

© Edward von Lõngus
© Edward von Lõngus