Empty Walls 2013: Kera

EWPosterKera is a German graphic designer and street artist born and living in Berlin.

Kera has been painting street art for over ten years and has developed his style to be bright and bold featuring geometric forms and patterns.

He arrived in Cardiff to take part in the Empty Walls festival held in the Cathays and Roath areas of the capital.

The event invited 12 local and international artists to transform the streets of Cardiff to bring colour, culture and vibrancy to the city.

The white-washed building sat at the end of Croft Street, located near a small church and ‘Early learning centre’

Here are the before and after photos of the street art and show how this has totally transformed this rather mundane area.
Empty Walls 2013: Kera
Empty Walls 2013: Kera

The totally blank canvas was covered with strong vibrant colours in a variety of shapes and patterns – spin it 90 degrees and you can see a set of stairs leading you through the piece.

Empty Walls 2013: Kera

Empty Walls 2013: Kera

Empty Walls 2013: Kera

Empty Walls 2013: Kera
Empty Walls 2013: Kera

Kera also posted some photos of the original design and some progress pictures on his Tumblr feed:-

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Amy Shoe says:

    Truly beautiful. Thank you Kera! And thank you ‘diff graff for showing the process.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Author says:

    Thanks for reading and replying. Welcome to WordPress and best of luck with your blog. If you have any questionson how to get the best out of it please feel free to ask.

    More Kera posts to come soon!

    Diff Graff


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