Stik And Thierry Noir Paint The Berlin Wall, At Imperial War Museum

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Stik And Thierry Noir Paint The Berlin Wall, At Imperial War Museum

You've seen their art all over London, now catch works by Stik and Thierry Noir on a very special canvas.

To mark 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, the famous street artists have left their marks on two surviving fragments of the notorious landmark, now on show at the Imperial War Museum.

Noir made his name by decorating the wall while it was still standing. His colourful faces subverted the grim, impersonal concrete barrier. He's since taken his art to cities around the world, and London is particularly blessed with his handiwork.

Stik is a homegrown talent, whose simple stick figures have become a recognised and cherished part of the urban landscape.

The pair have worked together before, on a large mural at Village Underground in 2013.

WALL by STIK and Thierry Noir is on show at Imperial War Museum until 1 December 2019. It's free to view.

Last Updated 20 November 2019