In August, the German street artist Evol hit Dresden and painted a whole stencil art city in a 10*8m hole in the ground on a abandoned slaughterhouse.
That area was formerly – in 1832 – painted by Caspar David Friedrich and was used for utilization of carcass as recently as 15 years ago.
However, Evol did a great job, the photos went around the world then. Now, there’s a video documentation of that urban art installation, which shows in a very crude way the richness of detail of Evol’s stencil artworks. It’s impressive and somehow terrifying. I think this artwork fits for Dresden…