The 18th edition of the Industriebrachenumgestaltung (say it in one breath) recently came to an end in Leipzig. The festival for urban art known as “ibug” took place at its premiere in the trade fair city as part of the theme year “The whole city as a stage”.
Based on his origami model, Airborne Mark created an amazing piece for the Ibug Festival in Chemnitz, Germany. “It was a different event as it took place in an abandoned factory where I created a 4 wall-walk in experience-
Former factory becomes temporary gallery for urban art festival in Chemnitz, Germany. In less than a month, the „ibug“ enters a new round. Again, this summer more than 120 national and international artists travel to West-Saxony for the renowned urban art festival.
‘Another Day in Paradise’ – Lapiz: This mural was painted outside an old factory building in Limbach-Oberfrohna, Saxony, Germany and is about 10 m high. The eye follows up a massive hill of fruit and vegetables.
This year Ibug celebrates its 10th edition! What started as a small, unofficial graffiti-meeting in 2006 has meanwhile become an internationally known urban-art-festival. Now, after months of planning, time and place for the jubilee edition stand firm. In 2015, Ibug goes to Plauen, the city of the lace!