Denis Meyers & Arnaud Kool - Mural against AIDs in Brussels

Art

Painters against AIDS

If you walk in the Marolles neighbourhood of Brussels, make sure to stop by rue Haute 290 (one of Saint Pierre hospital’s entrances) as painters Denis Meyers and Arnaud Kool recently completed a 20-meter high mural to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS.

The artists

A typographer by training, Denis Meyers decorates the streets of Brussels with stickers and other interventions for more than 15 years. Mixing shapes, faces, letters on various supports (from Duvel glasses to Mini Coopers), it is already the 3rd times that Denis paints a mural supporting the fight against AIDS.

Arnaud Kool is a Brussels based painter and illustrator with a graffiti background combining commissioned artworks for , among others, the Strictly Niceness parties, Delvaux & Mercedes with successful experiences in art galleries.

Denis Meyers & Arnaud Kool - Mural against AIDS in Brussels

Text on the mural:

Condom… I protect myself, I protect us…
HIV+? Get tested to know.
Living Together! Even with HIV life can be beautiful.

Credits:

A project by Plate-Forme Prévention SIDA
Pictures by Gautier Houba
Video by Godefroi Glibert
Music: Souleance “L’Insouleance”

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Julien Mourlon
Posted on April 25th, 2014 by
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