JAZ mural


A mural by artist JAZ (Franco Fasoli) in the heart of Berlin. Unfortunately, the area between the buildings where the mural was painted is not open to the public, so I hope you'll forgive the strange angle of this shot. You can see a video of the creation of this mural here.

I hope you'll come back tomorrow, I will have more of JAZ's work on display. Until then, you can see more murals at Monday Mural.

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    1. Funny, I didn't see this mural as particularly scary or creepy. Although I definitely admit, it's not my favorite mural ever!

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  2. This does have a creepy, intimidating feel to it.

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  3. Intéressant. Un peu inquiétant.

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  4. I rather like that - not over garish - some murals have just TOO MUCH colour

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  5. Looks good though if it was not fenced off I'd have taken it face on

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  6. I don't get a warm and fuzzy feeling from said mural! And since when do you, as a photographer, worry about areas that are "closed to the public"? Sheesh!

    Yes, I'm fine. Dr. Duke repaired my knee about 3 years ago after I fell on a golf course. Just a routine deal. Hope all is well with you, too, and that you're able to get out and play some.

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    1. I walked all around this block and even into the courtyard of the building next door trying to find a way in! I had to stick my camera through the fence just to get these shots. And I was starting to get some pretty weird looks!

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  7. That's a pretty impressive mural!

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  8. Seems kind of strange to paint a mural where it cannot be seen easily. Welll, it looks a bit scary anyway.

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    1. I agree, this was a strange place to put it. Maybe the artist wanted it like this b/c taggers can't come and paint over.

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  9. A shame you were prevented from getting a straight on view; the video more than made up for it. Interesting how he made it. Thank you for visiting my Foley Coffee Shop mural.

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  10. Yay you found it! Looooved the video link Hal I find it totally fascinating to see how they do such huge scale murals.. Fab to think he's there now and not so long ago he was in Perth :) These top street artists are getting a bit like pop stars oui :)

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  11. This guy is quite good at making dirty jokes, but the mural is pretentious and the title (in Italian) extremely offensive...

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    1. I am sorry I did not realize that the title was offensive. Although looking at it through my "French" eyes, I can deduce the meaning. I also admit, I didn't find his work super appealing, but I was curious to see it.

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  12. Lots of attention for details there, good mural.

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  13. I like the angle you took this. But, now I'm confused as to the title, the mural and VP's comment.

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  14. Halcyon - Do not worry, you were just reporting the silly deceitfulness of a pseudo-artist!

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  15. I love street art, so much more than just grafitti

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  16. Very dynamic but intimidating too. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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