Tuesday, May 12, 2015

"If I Knew The World Ended Tomorrow, I’d Still Plant An Apple Tree" a massive mural by Herakut in Berlin

After Phlegm earlier this month, Berlin and the One Wall Project curated by Urban Nation are  welcoming another lovely new addition to their murals' collection.

After Phlegm earlier this month, Berlin and the One Wall Project curated by Urban Nation are  welcoming another lovely new addition to their murals' collection.
German duo Herakut spent a few days up high on their cherry picker to work on this gigantic building and the result is a signature piece by Hera and Akut. Entitled "If I Knew The World Ended Tomorrow, I’d Still Plant An Apple Tree", the piece shows a mother and her two kids. The kids' hair are represented by trees which is a metaphor about the future generations. The text on the wall repeats the piece's title in several languages.
Continue reading for a bunch more flicks on this sweet street piece and then make sure to let us know down in our comments section what you would be planting if the world ended tomorrow.








Some images by Lucky Cat

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