In early February, Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared a video from Giga Berlin showing the progress of construction. Later he added another tweet in which he wrote that the walls of the buildings will serve as a canvas for graffiti art.
It will be filled with graffiti art— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 1, 2021
Now, creative artists from Frankfurt (Oder), which is located near Tesla's factory in Grünheide, are applying for the job to graffiti Giga Berlin. The 153 Design team would like to breathe life into the walls of Tesla's European factory. On their Instagram page, you can find some works that show the level of professionalism and ability to work across various genres, in addition to great creativity.
#GigaGraffitti— @GF4Tesla 🇩🇪 🏗️🏗️.build #GigaBerlin. (@Gf4Tesla) February 21, 2021
These creative guys from my hometown#FrankfurtOder are applying for the job to graffiti the GIGABERLIN. @elonmusk will you give them a chance?https://t.co/kRF3Zun75B
pls retweet🙏@Kristennetten @vincent13031925 @flcnhvy pic.twitter.com/3UY1luuFWN
Graffiti wall decoration is not new for Tesla. Last year, Tesla China—in an effort to be attractive and interesting for local people who do not like monotony and strive to stand out from the crowd—gave one of its delivery centers an enhanced personality. On one of the large, corner walls of the hall, an impressive drawing of a Falcon soars above, against which the Tesla Model X seems to come to life.
We’re excited to see how artists might breathe life and creativity onto the walls of Giga Berlin—which, after all, is an utter symbol of state-of-the-art innovation unto itself.
Photo: Tesla China
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