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Evol’s Stencil Art City

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.

Caspar David Friedrich, by Bianca Schemel

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…

Via just.

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It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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