Tesla continues to decorate Giga Berlin with stunning and eye-catching graffiti. The company that produces advanced cars stands out not only for its products, but also for the way it builds its factories.
Creativity and Tesla have always gone hand in hand because the CEO of the company Elon Musk is a very creative person. Vivid introductions of new products, and the many tools in the company's vehicles for users to be creative, only confirm this. 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.
In May 2021, Tesla started looking for artists to decorate the walls of Giga Berlin. Apparently, the search went well, because, for the day of the County Fair, which took place in Giga Berlin on October 9, 2021, two columns of the General Assembly building were decorated with amazing graffiti.
However, this was not the end of the decorations and today a new, mesmerizing and enchanting graffiti piece has been unveiled. It had already been spotted a few days ago, but the walls were covered, so only some silhouettes and outlines could be seen. Today, @SawyerMerritt/Twitter shared a photo taken at Giga Berlin. It depicted the uncovered graffiti that amazes with its craftsmanship, beauty, and depth.
Each Tesla factory is unique. While the company at the beginning built its factories with a more limited budget and goals that required immediate execution, the situation has now changed and the manufacturer creates works of art. Giga Texas has a unique architecture with open areas where through the windows you can see the production lines and the process of creating some of the most advanced cars in the world. Giga Berlin is adorned with stunning graffiti that is pleasing to the eye and adds a positive vibe to onlookers.
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