A giant biodegradable land art painting by French-Swiss artist Saype is pictured in Treptower Park, Berlin, Germany, Saturday, November 2, 2019.
This fresco and a second one in a neighbouring park have a combined surface of over 3000 square meters and were realised using biodegradable pigments made from charcoal, chalk, water and milk proteins.
These art pieces are the fourth step of the worldwide project “Beyond Walls” aiming at creating the longest symbolic human chain around the world promoting values such as togetherness, kindness and openness to the world.
The symbolic human chain launched in the city of love, Paris and then Engolasters in Andorra, then in Geneva, Switzerland. Berlin is the fourth step in the Beyond Walls project.
The fourth step in Berlin also celebrates thirty years since the fall of the Berlin wall.
The ‘Beyond walls Project’ will eventually link twenty megacities of the globe to the same ethos: Optimism and living together.
Photo Credit Valentin Flauraud.
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