The faces of houses

1 – Berlin Friedrichshain, Frankfurter Allee, the battle between aggressive capitalism and lazy communism, not written on paper but scratched into the face of local architecture:
2 – modern graffiti like the winners’ flag on the roof top of an orthodox architecture (they call it Stalin-Baroque) in East-Berlin, Frankfurter Allee, former STALIN-Allee
photos by frizztext, click on the pictures to enter his flickr galleries …

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

10 responses to “The faces of houses

  1. Wolfgang Hermann

    Here is another Face:
    i am waiting for you - come in

    Have Fun


  2. It’s really interesting face.


  3. Quite an imposing facade…
    almost seems to demand attention, doesn’t it, F.T.?


  4. The sights those eyes have seen!


  5. Lots of work for window cleaners … ~~~~ : – )
    nice photos


  6. WoW! It must feel like living in a hotel in these buildings with many floors. 🙂


  7. WHAT an incredible comparison-and-contrast show and tell here, Frizz! Imagine finding those two buildings as contrast between capitalism and communism side by side, like that! And I loved the graffitti, so high up on that solemnly constructed building!


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