Big Poster Glaswerk Stralau, Ostkreuz
The Poster Glaswerk Stralau Berlin is panoramic (560 x 200 mm / 22 x 7,87 inch) and represents the remains of the glass factory or Glaswerk (1889-1997) of the peninsula Alt-Stralau.
I drew this urban sketch on the 24th of February 2014 directly at the location in Berlin-Friedrichshain. In the background, to the right of the water tower, you can see the new station building of Ostkreuz.
As a technique I applied wash drawing. And as artistic tools I used for the Poster Glaswerk Stralau Berlin:
- a sketchbook (Watercolor paper, fine grain- Format 31,5 x 23 cm -12,40″ x 9,05″-, 250 g/m2 – 0,05 lb.ft2-)
- a calligraphic pen (“Pilot Parallel Pen”- 2.4 mm)
- dry pastels
- 2 paint brushes (fine and medium)
I was sitting front of this ruin in the grass. It was sunny and I needed around one hour. It stays alive thanks to all these colors! Street art embellishes the past.
This illustration is also on my blog “Traversée d’Encres”.
Here you can see other big posters Laeti-Berlin.