The drunken ship (6 photos)

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    Muralist Claire Daliers

    By trompe-l’oeil painter Claire Daliers and a team of five artists at Quai des Charbonnages 40 in Molenbeek, Brussels, Belgium (2003). Mural depicts the struggle of an imposing ship, caught in a restless swelling sea.

    The Drunken Ship: “This 400 m2 fresco which covers the three facades of the building is not strictly speaking a mural comic. It is the realization of a man’s dream. Guy François, owner of the Chien Vert stores and madly in love with the sea, decides to fit out a building he has just bought next to his stores. His passion for the sea had already decided for him: the decoration of the facade would consist of a magnificent fresco representing the image of a sailboat. “.


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