Illustration for the festival TodaysArt (Netherlands) and limited edition piece for the gallery Maxalot.
TodaysArt is the annual International Festival of creating multidisciplinary comtemporanea Hague, Netherlands.
Each year in late September, the festival offers a program in over 25 locations, both indoors and outdoors, in the center of the city with more than 200 artists from over 25 countries, representing nearly every discipline imaginable art, putting to The Hague on the international map as the ultimate stage for contemporary creation. Unique and custom productions, performances by the world’s most creative artists can be found in those 3 nights duration of the festival.
The stylish white city hall of The Hague, designed by architect Richard Meyer served as a public space gallery: designers and illustrators Maxalot Gallery used the large white surfaces of the facade as a canvas. Through teams of high-end projection of the building was illuminated by the works of art.
Some of the artists involved: Antistrot, Boris Hoppek, Build, Commonwealth, Eboy, Harmless, Jackson Chang, Joshua Davis, Kozyndan Kustaa Saksi, Legowelt, Lust, Marco Eschler, Modeselektor, Pfadfinderei, Mr. Oizo, Sebastian, Phunk Studio, Pictoplasma, PSYOP, United Visual Artists, Universal Everything, WeWorkForThem, William Basinski, Yota Morimoto, Yuksek …
Limited edition of 25 copies, with an official certificate of authenticity stamped by the Maxalot Gallery.