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  • Renee Dominique

    Brazilian artist, Néle Azevedo, has created the Minimum Monument project, a series of ice sculpture installations called the Army of Melting Men. “The homage is rendered to the anonymous,” the artist says. “The ice bodies disappear in the city, in a shared experience.”

  • Minka B.

    STREET ART UTOPIA - global warming

  • Kacie Hendrickson

    global warming. #streetart

  • Robyn Raszkowski

    24 October 2010 :: Nele Azevedo, installation of 1000 ice sculptures in Berlin to highlight global warming. In conjunction with the WWF.

  • Dani Marie

    Berlin, Germany: 1,000 ice sculptures melted under the Berlin sun as symbols of the effects of climate change, drawing attention to a new WWF report on risks of Arctic warming. The ice sculptures, handcrafted by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, were set up in a public area by WWF Germany to show the direct effect of climate change in the Arctic on the whole planet and the future of humanity and nature.”

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one thousand ice sculptures were placed on the steps of Berlin's concert hall to signify the melting Arctic ice. incredibly creative.

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Melting Men by Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo, Berlin. This amazing installation of 1,000 melting figures was done in collaboration with the WWF to highlight global warming and bring awareness on the rapid loss of ice worldwide. More info: wwf.panda.org/ . Watch the video: www.youtube.com/...

brilliant streetart found @ mspro’s twitpic

Small ice figures are seen on the stairs of Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2009, as part of an art project by World Wide Fund for Nature. Around one thousand ice figures by Brasilian artist Nele Azevedo were melting within 30 minutes symbolizing the effect of global warming. (AP Photo/Maya Hitij)

NELE AZEVEDO, MELTING MEN GENDARMENMARKT SQUARE BERLIN 2009: one thousand men. (found via indy selvarajah)

I'm all broken up. Who are you now? by Michael Emery - Burning Man 2006 Black Rock City, Nevada Playa art

Streetart Berlin, Kreuzberg by URBAN ARTefakte, via Flickr

This is amazing. This is the type of street art Berlin is famous for. I love these.

To Honest To Fake It, Berlin! Unknown Artist!