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Andreas Schniertshauer

Aachen Melaten Graffiti Project "Visual Energy"

Andreas Schniertshauer

Aachen Richterich Graffiti Project 'Let There Be Energy'

Aachen, Germany

May 27, 2012, 11:03 UTC

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© 2012 Andreas Schniertshauer, Some Rights Reserved. Creative Commons License

This tonemapped panorama shows the urban youth culture graffiti project 'Let there be energy' in the railroad underpass in Aachen Richterich, Germany.

The underpass connects the Horbacher Straße and the Roermonder Straße and in the past it looked very darkly and ugly. The project 'Let there be energy' was set up to 'beautify' it with a graffiti art work. A local sprayer team was asked to do this work. The material was funded by the district exchange, the local savings bank, a local energy provider and two painting contractors.

For more information about this project please visit (only in german):
Aachen360 @ 360Cities.net: http://www.360cities.net/de/profile/aachen360
Aachen360 @ Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Aachen360
Aachen360 @ Feedburner: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Aachen360
Aachen360 @ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/aachen360/


Europe / Germany

Lat: 50° 48' 45.9" N
Long: 6° 3' 36.3" E

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