Unique street art created in London and Berlin to commemorate the 1914 Christmas Truce
This (unofficial) truce gave them the opportunity to bury the dead that were left in ‘No Man’s Land’ but they also exchanged drinks, food and cigarettes. At one point, a football was kicked from somewhere and the soldiers started what seems like a game of football. It would turn out to be one of the truce’s most enduring images.
The London art event had two UK-based artists and one German-based artist paint a huge mural in their own inimitable styles. Zadok (UK), Ninth Seal (UK) and Sokar Uno (Germany) collaborated for the first time ever, in the spirit of promoting ongoing peace.