Posts tagged “mural”.

Four Walls in Reinickendorf / Tegel

The Berlin districts Mitte, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain are well known for street art, worldwide. From the tags, over paste-ups and graffiti to large murals. It’s already a history of decades.
But there are more spots… About the year 2010 the district Wedding initiated the project ‘Wedding Walls’. A campaign to revaluate the district with mural paintings. Over the recent years Urban Nation is the main host for the official murals in Berlin. Often they work together with the housing associations. With this concept the amount of large wall paintings is increasing. As well as the radius.
In 2015 / 16 four new murals were made possible in Reinickendorf / Tegel. Facades of 42 meter hight each.

The London Police

The London Police

collin van der sluijs and super A

Collin van der Sluijs and Super-A

howandnosm

Howandnosm

fintan magee

Fintan Magee

All information about the walls and the locations are available in the app Street Art Berlin.

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Buch : Time for Murals

Zeit für Wandbilder – Time for Murals, ist ein Buch als Ergebnis eines Symposiums in Dresden über Mural Projekte in Europa. Ein Fokus liegt natürlich auf den Projekten vor Ort in Dresden. Zugleich bietet das Buch aber auch Texte zur Entwicklung der Wandbilder im städtischen Raum.

Time for Murals

Vorschau und Bestellung: Time for Murals
Texte in Deutsch und Englisch.

A new Mural in Berlin: Face Time

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Street Art duo Various and Gould have spent twelve days on their work ‘Face Time’. A patchwork of colored areas and painted dots with a strong reference to their favorite technic of silkscreen printing.
Face Time is not a portrait of one person but rather a character study. An identity based on a patchwork of different sources to celebrate the diversity of mankind.
The work was developed in cooperation with the architects roedig . schop and is covering a mural of about 350 square meters. You will find the mural in the neighborhood of Moritzplatz, close to the former border.

Of course, it’s in my iOS App: Street Art Berlin