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Street Art Streets in Deventer

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Welkom/Welcome by Street Art Streets Podcast! Ga op pad en bekijk de muurschilderingen op locatie, terwijl je luistert (in NL of English) naar de verhalen achter de muurschildering die je ziet. Met onze murals willen we de verhalen van Deventer vertellen door gebruik te maken van verschillende vormen van Street Art. De Street Art murals zijn gemaakt door diverse kunstenaars. De verhalen gaan over het verleden, het heden en de toekomst van Deventer. Meer informatie, plattegronden, foto’s en video’s vind je op onze website www.streetartstreets.nl

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English: Johan Moorman Street | Zutphenseweg 8, Deventer
10/3 2022

English: Johan Moorman Street | Zutphenseweg 8, Deventer

Project: #MuralSWVB / Johan Moorman Street Artist: Johan Moorman Location: Zutphenseweg 8, Deventer Date: April 2019 Made possible by: Wesselings- van Breemen Foundation, Street Art Streets, S/park, Nouryon Entrepreneurship, growth, crisis, war and casualties: this area has been through everything over the past few centuries. What began with the oil and hulling mills of Noury and van der Lande in 1838 grew into an area full of energy, innovation and renewal now known as S/park. Artist Johan Moorman has brought this eventful history together in his colourful mural. Johan Moorman finds inspiration in retro-futuristic images, architecture, music and technological innovation. With his distinctive illustrative style, he leads the viewer from the Noury and van der Lande windmills and the historic building known as the “The Three Herrings” to the chemistry of AkzoNobel (now Nouryon) and further through the open doors of the innovation incubator S/park: a place for start-ups, students and researchers. The mural is a colourful illustration of the chemistry happening at the Zutphenseweg.  It’s a chemistry between people, where different groups are connected, and innovative minds work together on chemical and technological innovations that prepare us for the future. The mural lets us see that exciting and interesting things are happening at S/park, while, at the same time, the safety of people and the environment always comes first. The mural was made possible by a gift in connection with the 50th anniversary of the Wesselings-Van Breemen Foundation. Dutch walking route booklets with photos and map for sale for € 2.50 at - VVV WINKEL AAN DE BRINK 89 - CAFÉ PUNT SCHEEPVAARTSTRAAT 7 WWW.LOCATIEPUNT.NL - KUNSTENLAB HAVENPLEIN 20 Follow & Tag us on:@streetartstreets [http://instagram.com/streetartstreets] #indeventer More info: www.streetartstreets.nlYou can spot more Street Art here read the stories on deventer.streetartcities.com https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/ [https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/] https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets [https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets] https://twitter.com/streetartstreet [https://twitter.com/streetartstreet]

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English: The Hanseatic League | Hedy Tjin | Mr. De boerlaan/ Industrieweg Deventer
10/3 2022

English: The Hanseatic League | Hedy Tjin | Mr. De boerlaan/ Industrieweg Deventer

Project: #CanonVanNL "The Hanseatic League" Artist: Hedy Tjin Location: Mr. De Boerlaan/ Industrieweg Date: November 2020 Made possible by: Open Air Museum Arnhem, Canon of the Netherlands, The Social Club, PUNT, Municipality of Deventer, Street Art Streets Deventer would not have become the city it is today without the cooperative power of the Hanseatic League. To bring this message creatively to young people, artist Hedy Tjin designed this "Wake Up Wall". In total, the artist created four of these murals for the new Canon of the Netherlands. The text on the mural reads ‘Wij vermenigvuldigt de kracht van ik’ which translates to 'We multiply the power of I', a testament to the former Hanseatic League, a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northern Europe. The painting also shows a cog ship being loaded or unloaded by two people carrying bags and barrels, with a cityscape in the background. The Canon of the Netherlands introduces young people to the history of our country from different perspectives. With creative street art, young people are encouraged to think about and discuss the significance of our history. Hedy Tjin incorporated the Hanseatic history into a colourful artwork with empowering statements that help young people realize they are in charge of their own future. Lessons from the past serve as wake-up calls for the present. The four wake-up murals in honour of the Canon of the Netherlands can be seen in Deventer, Amsterdam, Groningen and Nijmegen. Deventer would not have become the city it is today without the cooperative power of the Hanseatic League, a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and market towns in Northern Europe. The painting shows a cog ship being loaded or unloaded by two people carrying bags and barrels, with a cityscape in the background. The text on the mural reads ‘'We multiply the power of I', To bring this message creatively to young people, artist Hedy Tjin designed this "Wake Up Wall". In total, the artist created four of these murals for the new Canon of the Netherlands. What introduces young people to the history of our country from different perspectives. With creative street art, young people are encouraged to think about and discuss the significance of our history. The Artist  incorporated this history into a colourful artwork with empowering statements that help young people realize they are in charge of their own future. Lessons from the past serve as wake-up calls for the present. The four wake-up walls in honour of the Canon of the Netherlands can be seen in Deventer, Amsterdam, Groningen and Nijmegen. Dutch walking route booklets with photos and map for sale for € 2.50 at - VVV WINKEL AAN DE BRINK 89 - CAFÉ PUNT SCHEEPVAARTSTRAAT 7 WWW.LOCATIEPUNT.NL - KUNSTENLAB HAVENPLEIN 20 Follow & Tag us on:@streetartstreets [http://instagram.com/streetartstreets] #indeventer More info: www.streetartstreets.nlYou can spot more Street Art here read the stories on deventer.streetartcities.com https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/ [https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/] https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets [https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets] https://twitter.com/streetartstreet [https://twitter.com/streetartstreet]

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English: Mr.H.F. De Boer| Egbert.EGD | Mr. H.F. de Boerlaan 123 Deventer
10/3 2022

English: Mr.H.F. De Boer| Egbert.EGD | Mr. H.F. de Boerlaan 123 Deventer

Project: #MrHFdeBoer.EGD Artist: Egbert.EGD Location: Mr. H.F. De Boerlaan 123 Date: June 2019 Made possible by: Residents Niek & Theliene and Egbert.EGD This halftone portrait by Egbert.EGD is an ode to a pioneer, a man who fought against the tide for an industrial area in the Havenkwartier (harbour quarter).  He became a catalyst for the Deventer economy and the namesake of this street: Mr. H.F. de Boer. De Boer was an alderman at a time when Deventer was a fairly poor city. Every penny counted and not everyone saw the need for creating an industrial area. It was H.F. de Boer, in particular, who fought for the realisation of the port facilities. His idea was that the government should invest in the necessary infrastructure, and entrepreneurs should build for their own use. It turned out to be a move that would greatly improve the city’s industriousness. The spirit of De Boer still lives on in the harbour area. Since 2012, it has once again been given a new lease of life, now boasting a hip and gritty area for creative entrepreneurs and residents. Once again, the government has invested in the infrastructure, and entrepreneurs and residents  have (re)built for their own use. Thanks to Egbert.EGD the former alderman looks onto the area with satisfaction. The viewer, however, may have to look twice. Up close, the mural seems to be a play of lines because of the half tone effect. But if you take a photo or a step back, the pieces will fall into place. Dutch walking route booklets with photos and map for sale for € 2.50 at - VVV WINKEL AAN DE BRINK 89 - CAFÉ PUNT SCHEEPVAARTSTRAAT 7 WWW.LOCATIEPUNT.NL - KUNSTENLAB HAVENPLEIN 20 Follow & Tag us on:@streetartstreets [http://instagram.com/streetartstreets] #indeventer More info: www.streetartstreets.nlYou can spot more Street Art here read the stories on deventer.streetartcities.com https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/ [https://www.instagram.com/streetartstreets/] https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets [https://www.facebook.com/streetartstreets] https://twitter.com/streetartstreet [https://twitter.com/streetartstreet]

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