A house perfectly positioned near Frankfurt’s Niederrad station (in Frankfurt Germany), has become a symbol for tolerance. The project in the form of a massive public mural, was conceived by Visual Communications students and football fans to send a message promoting peaceful co-existance. The mural tells the story of a German national soccer league champion and two-time top scorer, Anthony Yeboah who was fiercely discriminated against due to his skin color. The painting process was divided into two steps. First the quote “Wir schämen uns für alle, die gegen uns schreien ” (we feel ashamed of all who scream against us) was painted on the wall. The next step was a portrait of the portrait of the footballer painted transparently over the quote. See more pictures after jump or at the projects page.
All pictures by Dominik Dresel