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Long time world traveller David De La Mano is now in Berlin where he was invited by the good people from Urban Nation.

Painting for the “One Wall” mural project curated by Yasha Young, the talented artist brought to life one of his over-sized shadows in the streets of Berlin. Entitled “Gray Habitat”, the piece was painted using black and gray ink against a white background. The woman’s hair and fingers are turning onto roots which is a common theme in David’s work.

All images below courtesy of Nika Kramer.

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Pictures by Nika Kramer




By: StreetArtNews