You're In My Hut Now by Baschz Leeft. Still untouched

YEAH BOIJ – You’re In My Hut Now

HipHopHuis presented Yeah Boij: a series of pop-up workshops in the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen‘s Art Studio, with the installation You’re In My Hut Now by artist Baschz Leeft at its heart.

Each Sunday in September and October, various artists (Lastplak, Bad Boyz, Venour, Baschz Leeft, Lucky Dubz, Boxhead and Leyp) facilitated a free workshop for Street Art enthusiasts.

You’re In My Hut Now is a reference to the Jungle Brothers’ 1988 song I’ll House You and the temporary takeover of the existing sculpture in the Art Studio. During each workshop new things were made and added to the installation.

Below the installation before all the workshops. Apart from the poster, a nice clean canvas to work on. It is made out of cardboard and wheat pasted concrete texture posters. Scroll down to see a summary of what was added and the end result.

Tagging workshop with the Bad Boyz crew.
Some of the paper craft characters that were made during Boxhead’s workshop.
Some sneaker pimping paste-ups. A workshop given by Leyp.
And the Flippin’ da Scale workshop by myself. By creating and adding miniature scenery to the 3D letter sculpture we re-imagined its scale and made it into one big Tetrislike city. Meanwhile increasing the relative size of earlier workshop’s add-ons.
The end result

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