Belgian artist and satirist Jaune has made a name for himself by painting a troupe of characters that are easy to spot alongside their larger counterparts in urban art, as they playfully interact with their surroundings. With a twist of irony, Jaune created this series after working in sanitation, where he noticed that the general public largely ignored these workers despite their high-vis vests and service to the city. Jaune’s mischievous characters can be found ganging up on the obstacles around them and wrecking tiny chaos with their actions. For the 2016 edition of the Nuart Festival, Jaune ensured that the people of Stavanger received a troupe of miniature workers of their own to find in the streets.


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Jaune
  • Date Created: September 2016
  • Location Created: Nytorget 15, 4013 Stavanger, Norway
  • Type: intervention
  • Rights: ©Nuart Festival, ©John Rodger
  • Medium: Spray paint
  • Art Genre: Figurative / Progressive
  • Art Movement: Street Art
  • Art Form: Stencil
  • Support: wall
  • Depicted Location: Private house

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