Skount and Kera on a Wall and a Train in Germany

Skount has been experimenting with abstract patterns in some of his new work, especially this new wall with his bro Kera in Berlin. The attraction of abstraction continues to appear in Street Art and murals, and our theory today for its resurgence is that it is an unconscious way of assembling the multiple media/entertainment streams that we are bombarded with today and imposing some order on the chaos.

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Skount . Kera. Detail. Berlin, Germany. (photo © Skount)

In addition to this new wall the guys had an opportunity that most street artist/ writers would jump on if given the chance – a whole train car in Jena. A modern urban archetype of near mythic proportions, hitting up a train is immortalized in many artists minds as a symbol of the earliest days of graffiti, even if the car is out of commission. These two friends took it and gave it their best shot.

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Skount . Kera. Detail. Berlin, Germany. (photo © Skount)

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Skount . Kera. Detail. Berlin, Germany. (photo © Skount)

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Skount . Kera. Berlin, Germany. (photo © Skount)

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Skount . Kera. Detail. Jena, Germany. (photo © Skount)

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Skount . Kera. Berlin, Germany. (photo © Skount)

 

 

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