In Kreuzberg, near the underground station Hallesches Tor, you will come across a large, impressive street art painting of an elephant in powerful colors. On a façade of a block of flats in Wilhelmstraße 7, directly in front of a small sports court, there is a painting of a colorful elephant holding a balloon in the shape of the earth in its trunk. While children play basketball or football here on the sports court, the artwork in the background endows the scenery with a special charm.
The painting not only impresses with its strong colors, but also reflects Berlin's multi-culture and diversity. The Berlin-based artist Jadore Tong, with roots in France and Cambodia, immortalized his traces in the German capital and left a colorful spot here. Berlin offers a lot of street art and the elephant by Jadore Tong is just one of the many photo spots in the city. In the immediate neighborhood there are many more expressive street art paintings on the walls. It is therefore definitely worth exploring the area.
Street art is a big topic in Berlin. Like no other German city Berlin lives of the colorful and versatile art. Berlin offers artists, musicians, artists and creative people a broad area with plenty of scope for freedom of ideas. Berlin offers a broad area with plenty of scope for freedom of ideas for artists, musicians and creative people.
Top10 Berlin Tip: It is worth shooting the artwork in the Wilhelmstraße in sunny weather, so that the colors are expressed in the photo in their full glory. The many street art paintings on the walls of the neighborhood ensure a big variety of the pictures. Also, the photos can be taken from different angles.
Streetart Berlin - Elephant with Earth BalloonWilhelmstraße 7
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- Public Transport: Underground: U Hallesches Tor. If you come from the U-Bahn station Hallesches Tor, the street scene is only a few meters away on the back wall of the building at Wilhelmstraße 7.