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Incredible - and Enormous - Public Portraits by Hendrik Beikirch.

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Artist Hendrik Beikrich 
(aka ecb) first worked as freelance artist in Koblenz, Germany. From 1996 through 2000 he studied art education at university of Koblenz-Landau. It was 
in 1989 that he created his first painting using a spray can
 instead of a brush and he was hooked.



He has since painted portraits on the walls of buildings all over the world, from a Pizzeria in Brooklyn to most recently, the tallest mural in Asia. Works of his can be seen on buildings and underpasses in New Zealand, Korea
, Canada, USA, Mexico, Thailand, Australia, India, Hong Kong, China, Chile, Belarus, Russia and European countries.

Most recently he completed "Where There Is No Struggle, There Is No Strength", a portrait of a fisherman, the tallest mural in Asia:





And here's a look at many of his other works on underpasses, apartment buildings, walls and commissions for museums and restaurants:












Hendrick Beikirch



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