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Notre Temps Mural at Hankar Metro station

The wildly colorful “Notre Temps” fresco was painted on the ceilings and walls of the Hankar STIB Metro station by Roger Somville, leader of the Belgian Expressionists Movement. The mural uses a lot of bright and strident colors in shades of orange and red to represent the struggles of the working class to attain social and economic  justice. Somville completed this monumental mural in 1976 with the help of four of his assistants.

Location of Hankar Metro station:

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Photos of Notre Temps Mural:

Left side

Right side

Details of the left side

Right side detail

Front view

Details of the front

Art rue des Tanneurs by FARM PROD

Just around the corner from the Recyclart, under the train bridge at the rue des Tanneurs you will find the impressive work left by the Collective FARM PROD during one of their live painting sessions. Pretty amazing work that’s worth going to take a look if you enjoy urban Art.

Photos of some of the paintings made by FARMPROD:

A short distance from the Recyclart just turn on the first street on your left

Guy with scuba mask and Snorkel on the way there

Arriving rue des Tanneurs


I am God

Monsters From An Unknown Planet

Hypnotic Monsters

Malditos Monstruous by CäÄT

The Aquatic-Atomic Monster

Bambi VS Godzilla


Propension Naturelle à la Cruauté

Vegetal Coriace

Street Art Rue des Tanneurs par Farmprod