A New Mural by Pref in Liège, Belgium

Pref is a British graffiti fine artist and muralist. He is known for his multi-layered typographic style graffiti, incorporating an exploration of common words and key vernacular phrases.

He has developed his role and reputation as a graffiti artist over 20 years, and trained initially at Chelsea College of Arts before going on to work in graphic design. Pref’s multi-layered style means that an element of deciphering is introduced, the viewer being asked to disentangle images and meanings from the artwork.

The project was a collaboration with SILVERSQUARE to celebrate the recent first phase of the opening of SQ Guillemins (Liège), to create a gigantic mural right in front of the coworking space.

The idea proposed by the artist is based on the phrase “shake hands” in a woven style.

Anyone who gets off the train and arrives in Liege is now greeted by this colourful giant mural.

Take a look at more images below and check back with us soon for more updates.

Photo credit: Jules Césure

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