Brick in the wall


There are "commemorative" sections of wall up all around town - this particular piece is near Potsdamer Platz. Most of these pieces are painted by well-known artists, as you can see this one was done by French artist Thierry Noir. You can see more of his work at the East Side Gallery where a whole stretch of wall remains intact. And you can see more murals at Monday Mural.

14 comments:

  1. I don't remember seeing that one.

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  2. unique painting of a serious piece of wall. :)

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  3. Thanks for the link about him! Good one!

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  4. Why this is thought to commemorate the wall is beyond me . . .

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  5. I have never seen anything like this! Cool!

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  6. A nice kind of simple one, but very clever.

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  7. I saw some of the remains of the wall in Berlin, this one is very cool.

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  8. I like it! There is a section of the wall in the "Newseum" in Washington D.C. and I remember how moving it was to me to stand on both sides and observe the differences.

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  9. Nice to see there are bits still around even though it brings back bad memories for some. Nice way to brighten it up

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