Martin Ron paints giant artwork in Belgium at Rock Werchter

Argentine street artist Martin Ron is in Belgium and has just completed this huge 3-D artwork on the side of a container tower as part of the North West Walls project on the site of the Rock Werchter music festival. Ron’s surreal design, featuring a parrot, a giant head and a monkey nut, covers an area of 205m2 on the sides of seven shipping containers and took him nine days to complete. Photos by Matt Fox-Tucker/BA Street Art

IMG_4112New intervention by Argentine street artist Martin Ron at Rock Werchter music festival in Belgium

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Working on details of the main character

The giant portrait is inspired by a local forklift truck driver nicknamed ‘Blue’ who works on the festival site.

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Painting the left eye

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Painting the tree branch

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Realism

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An enormous 3-D parrot peers out of a container

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Finished artwork next to artwork by Roa (right)

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Martin Ron standing on top of his completed artwork

North West Walls project was curated by Belgian artist Arne Quinze. All photos by Matt Fox-Tucker/BA Street Art.

Check out more photos of the other artworks by Roa, Pichi & Avo, Defo and Jen Zie on our website or at North West Walls

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