Tom Herck’s Unseen Graffiti Project

by Jane KenoyerPosted on

Belgium artist Tom Herck recently re-contextualized an abandoned fast food building into what he refers to as a “modern church” called the Unseen Graffiti Project. His core idea behind this “church” is that God or the gods of humankind have been replaced by contemporary television programs. Herck primarily does graffiti and commonly makes large works on streets and walls in Europe as well as on other public places. Much of his graffiti is reminiscent of traditional stained glass windows and the incorporation of this style works seamlessly into the concept of his TV church. See more photos below!

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