The mastermind behind the iconic Obey Giant is back at it again. Shepard Fairey has spent the last few days curating a piece for the residents in Berlin, Germany, courtesy of Urban Nation. His newest piece titled, “Make Art, Not War,” tells viewers to put their arms down and pick up a brush.
For the One Wall project Fairey used bold lines and colors reminiscent of communist propaganda art. By applying red and black to a large wall, the artist creates an abrasive contrast between his color palette and his message of peace.
It’s been 24 years since the destruction of the Berlin Wall, having this piece by Fairey up there is particularly strong in symbolism.
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