got a chance redesigning a skatepark in Neulengbach. In August 2020, our time had come. artists @jumumonster and @_gamzeyalcin_ designed and tried something new
 Cause for our colouring skatemark act was invited Ju Mu and Gamze Yalcin
Gamze Yalçin / Photo: Paula Gvidal

Istanbuls street art culture has developed.  An artist from Turkey is Gamze Yalçin, who is now enjoying life in Berlin. She graduated Interior Architecture in Mimar Sinan Fine Art Universty (Istanbul, Turkey).

She discovered our world while she is working for interior design

In 2010, she attended an international 6 months fellowship project organised by Dekeyser & Friends which focused on supporting a local NGO for improving quality of living for garbage dump families in the province of Cebu (Philippines).

Handwork design and paintings are aiming a wide variety in forms  materials  and objects. Many times its her unique touch for interior design that attracted customers such as O Design, Adnan Serbest, La Paz Café Bar, The Marmara Bodrum Hotel, Rock’n Coke 2013, Sarman Tasarım, Maersk, All Décor, Living Store, Habitat and Adresistanbul

Currently she works and is freelancing in interior and concept design and furniture design

Muralist by side

This is how our skate park looked before our makeover. Our emotion ground turned into a vivid connection space for all ages. Design-wise, Gamze chose abstract forms objects and  for covering her part.

Abstract emerged beginning in our  20th century. Its characterizing our fact that artists increasingly move away from our representation figures, objects and situations in works and abstract art

Abstract art may be interpreted from within one’s self. Other designations of abstract art are objective art and non-objective art. Whereas representational art represents our visually perceiving course outside  and abstract art refers in worlds. Its main aim triggering emotions when viewed. However, these emotions do not have to be static, but must be constantly changing. Colours and forms are considering building blocks on and with art. They must complement each other and be in balance

Both artists received a (their own) space for creating their design. Have a look and get knowing Gamze’s and Jumu’s approach and realization

Photo: Sebastian @instant_szephon

With this project we got one step closer aiming and making our world in colour

Our appropriately work with Erik Cornelsson (Sindelar Skate Club) hosted a skate contest after completion. There,  spectators could marvel at the new jewel in Neulengbach for the first time.

Thanks for Moreboards‘ and  MOLOTOW TM

Gamze Yalcin, Ju Mu and Philipp Netolitzky
Spontaneously, Anya M. came from Toronto to Neulengbach and had a look over her shoulder during a workshop…

Anya Mielniczek is a Toronto based multidisciplinary artist who combines her fine art background with raw material grit in both private and public sectors creating mixed-media installations, mural work and facilitating community art activations.

Ju Mu / Photo: slothmotion

Ju Mu grew up in Hanover with Peruvian-Chilean roots and got her degree in fashion design.

She now lives and works in Berlin as a freelance artist. Shaman cult and the connection between the spirit world and nature are characteristics and focuses of her work and serve as inspiration for her masks, canvases or costumes.

For her works she uses everything she can get her hands on to create a new, surreal world.

During our process in creating, we had some tasks, working in rural area, get to know working and dealing with our certain special unique colours.

Our structure   form   vitality   colour   stuff   and   patch consitance  we were very limited

A creation process


It didn’t really allow us creating detailed shapes. It was an issue we had to face. While our colour stuff paint was not completely dry, a farmer was combine threshing and delaying our making in hours. A dust was our threshing dirtied ground, which made it impossible for us keeping painting our stuff. Fortunately, a fire brigade was helping and keen on bailing us enabling the continuation in work