This wall provided a platform in which most artists created their art with the main aim of communicating. The street art in Germany, Berlin to be precise, went on after the wall was pulled down in the year 1989 when Germany was reunited again (Visconti et al., 520).
Street art has been seen to have a large influence on both political and social cultures of people all over. For instance, artwork in San Francisco, worked a lot for the people by communicating with both leaders and society. It was used by people in San Francisco to struggle of peace movements, gay rights, and the horrors of capitalism. At the same time, the artwork in both the middle class, underprivileged and wealthy neighbourhoods, which always acts as a reminder for equality throughout social classes (Dickens, 70).
Art work in Berlin, paid a lot more over the time when there was oppressive and the country was separated into two, street art, worked as the voice of the people without much rebellion and did not all go in vain, it led to Germany being reunified. At the same time, these artworks serves as the best custodian of the historical revolutions Germany has gone through (Riggle,