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Berlin, 08.08.2019

‘Sender & receiver’ – this is the title of the new work of urban art on Miquelallee in Frankfurt/Main. It was created by the artist CASE Maclaim. It is actually made up of two paintings, which only fully reveal their symbolism together: one depicts a young woman sitting at her typewriter at night. The other shows a young man reading by daylight. Together, the two murals tell a story, drawing on Frankfurt’s significance as home to the Book Fair and the publishing industry. 

The second new urban artwork can be found on Danziger Strasse in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district. The bright colours of the origami bird motif, with its abstract and figurative style, contrasts with the muted colours of the surrounding buildings’ facades. Berlin artist Kera’s aim is to create a sense of lightness and freedom.

CASE Maclaim

CASE Maclaim

CASE Maclaim

CASE Maclaim

Kera

Kera

Kera

Kera

Street art success story: Deutsche Wohnen continues its commitment to urban art

Deutsche Wohnen began supporting urban art projects last year and has contributed to the creation of various artworks since. As part of this project, the company is working closely with Die Dixons from Berlin Art Bang e.V., whose other achievements include creating the Berlin Mural Fest.

Deutsche Wohnen has a long tradition of supporting art and culture. The company actively supports the development of urban art, as this emergent art form has become an important feature of the cultural landscape in major cities worldwide. The company regularly provides artists with the walls of its housing stock to use as their canvas and hopes to create a vibrant neighbourhood culture as a result.