“Nobody gets lost”
Gorki's debut album, which features the classic Mia, turned 30 years old. To celebrate, Radio Willy and Wallin' put their heads together to honor Luc (Gorki's singer) in a unique way. The mural is located in Ghent's park Sluizeken, is 12 meters high and shows the singer in shorts on stage.
Together with Luc's wife and son, Ghent artist Steppe chose to use this visual because it really typifies him. In shorts, with his guitar and a beaming expression on his face. The mural is in black and white, because that is timeless and will last forever. Letterknecht provided the finishing touch with the quote "Nobody gets lost" from his most famous song Mia and thanks the singer for his iconic Ghent songs. Merci Voske for everything!
Street artist Michel Steppe was born in Belgium in 1966. He began as a graffiti artist in the 1980s and has been active in street art ever since. His work often combines elements of pop culture with political and social commentary. Steppe's work can be found worldwide, from London to New York to Paris. His unique style and ability to capture the time spirit have made him beloved among art collectors and fans.
Maarten is a visual artist who is passionate about spreading positive messages through his street art. He has made many typographic murals in all sorts of places, and also creates images for other physical and digital purposes. The synergy between his grooves and graphics is something that creates a real creative energy. Whatever it is, he always creates something and spreads his passions around the world to discover and enjoy.