Circle Park in Brussels opened its new paddle park for the first time in the summer of 2021. Accompanied by a beach-volleyball court, people can now imagine themselves on the beach throughout the year. With the support of Lipton, this gigantic project could be realised in a very short time.
In order to provide the site with an extra creative touch, we went to work with agency office Wigwam Collective to capture the summery feeling in a mural. Artist Patric Croes aka Jellyfish and his colourful, graphic style inspired himself by summervibes and sports.
With the help of Arf The Wolf and Siger Regis we managed to finish the wall in 6 days(!). Protected with a solid varnish layer, this painting is ready for many more years of sunshine!
Patrick Croes aka Jellyfish has an impressive resume. As a graphic designer, he has worked on projects with major brands, such as Galler and Jean-Paul Lespagnard, as well as the singer Yelle. He is also a talented creator of short films with several credits as a motion designer. However, he comes from a background in painting, which he has been showcasing in several exhibitions since 2001. His universe is colourful and his themes are multicultural.