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RONE’s New Three-Story Mural in Berlin

Earlier this week, Australian artist RONE completed a large-scale mural in Berlin for Project M, curated by Yasha Young, director of art and culture for Gewobag. Spanning three stories of a five-story building, the new sepia-toned work evokes film noir with its protagonist's full lips and dramatic glances, rendered from three different angles. Nestled in Berlin's Nollendorfplatz neighborhood, the mural stands out against the urban landscape. Henrik Haven captured RONE's work process over the course of five days. Take a look at his photos after the jump.

Earlier this week, Australian artist RONE completed a large-scale mural in Berlin for Project M, curated by Yasha Young, director of art and culture for Gewobag. Spanning three stories of a five-story building, the new sepia-toned work evokes film noir with its protagonist’s full lips and dramatic glances, rendered from three different angles. Nestled in Berlin’s Nollendorfplatz neighborhood, the mural stands out against the urban landscape. Henrik Haven captured RONE’s work process over the course of five days. Take a look at his photos below.

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