Berlin Street Art – Project M/7

Iranian Stencil Artists Icy And Sot created a new Mural, a Portrait of an unknown girl from Brooklyn to the people of Berlin, as part of the new Project, M/7 „Persons of interest” by Brooklyn Street Art and Urban Nation at Bülowstraße 7 in Berlin.

The 176 piece stencil had taken about 10 days for them to cut back in Brooklyn and the brothers methodically sprayed their missive to Berlin’s people over the course of 5 more days. This, their largest mural ever, was enormous and peaceful and an incredible act of discipline, determination, and dedication to teamwork.” –BSA

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Berlin Street Art – Totem

This 32-meters-high mural was created by artists Addison Karl and James Bullough on a 500qm huge facade at Landsberger Allee and is therefore the biggest mural ever done in Berlin.

It took about 40 day and 300 spray cans to complete the project, a symbol for the diversity and community in city.

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Berlin Street Art – Hands

German Street Artist Andreas von Chrzanowski a.k.a case painted this piece of art in less than one week, on a wall at Köpenicker Straße X Brückenstraße in Berlin.

Case, who is known for photo-realistic portraits, is part of the graffiti crew Ma’Claim, which was founded in 2000 and is considered as pioneers in photo-realistic representation within the graffiti scene.

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Lights of Respect Installation Berlin

Lichter des Respekts (eng. Lights of Respect) was a project, by the Giuseppe-Marcone-Foundation, to protest against violence and for a peaceful coexistence. The installations were designed by the artists Sofia Camargo and Thomas E. J. Klasen and painted by many citizens of Berlin.

The Giuseppe-Marcone-Foundation was founded in 2011, after the 23 years old Giuseppe Marcone was overrun by a car and died, while he was chased by two rowdies who wanted to beat him up.

About 200 differently painted lanterns were hung up in the trees throughout the Lietzenseepark in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district, during march 2014, to catch people’s attention and to encourage them to think, about what happened and how we can prevent something like that in the future.

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