German painter created the highest "Murano" in Asia.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012 · Posted in


German painter Hendrick Baykirh depicted elderly sailor on a skyscraper height of 70 meters in Busan, the second largest city of South Korea. Now it is considered the highest graffiti street art-work in Asia. The theme of "Murano" is chosen by chance: the portrait of an elderly Korean Baykirha have to mention the inhabitants of the country, whose life did not become easier because of the rapid development of the economy and high technology in South Korea.
New work decorates the building Baykirha Union fishermen, located not far from the skyscrapers Haeundae I'Park, built by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and symbolizes the economic prosperity of the country. A noticeable portrait that the artist was trying to do as much as possible unlike catchy billboards, written in Korean phrase, "Where there is no suffering, there is no strength."





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