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I got this drive-by shot of a large-scale mural in progress on Saturday. I was really intrigued with the work, so I went by again on Sunday to get a better shot.


You get a much better idea of the size of this mural - it's huge! I was also happy to see that the work has been signed. It's a piece by Maya Hayuk, an American mural artist famous for her interlocking color designs. I couldn't find a title, but I wonder if this mural has ties to Pride Week which kicked off this weekend in Berlin with a street festival just around the corner from this spot. Hope you've enjoyed seeing Berlin's newest mural, you'll find more at Monday Mural.

28 comments:

  1. Amazing colours and its enormous. I always admire the skill in doing this on a building, you can hardly step back to admire it if you are on a crane...

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  2. It is certainly attention-getting and colorful. But, I always ask myself "Why?"

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  3. This is definitely an eye-catcher!

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  4. No connection with the Gay Pride. It was part of a discussion which took place on June 19th about the impact of Street Art in Inner City Environment.

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  5. The colors are indeed reminiscent of Pride activities. The dripping lines seem to be quite popular among artists of many current schools of art. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  6. Really good though I wonder if the paint is meant to have run like that

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  7. Very lovely colors, extra by the nearly black background. Something we also see more and more in musea to show the colors of the paintings better then on a white wall. Great find.

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  8. Wonderful, I'm looking forward to seeing several murals being painted next month. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  9. Not only huge, but colorful too! Eye-popping design; love it!

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  10. i really like that alot!! i hope you get some good news about the job soon!

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  11. This is enchanting. I especially like the way the colors bleed down the wall!

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  12. That is a lot of paint splashed on a wall...

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  13. It's really beautiful. I see that there is also paint on the windows, i wonder how the people who live there like that?

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    1. I don't think anyone lives here. I believe it's a gallery space inside this building.

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  14. Huge and pretty amazing. I wonder if she could pull off something like this in the U.S.

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  15. Wow - that is huge and I love the colours!

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  16. What a "strange" mural, also the balconies are painted...

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  17. Gorgeous, I love the interlocking colors ..... Fun to watch it as it is created.

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