It goes like this:
- Berliner Sparkasse is the organiser. They searching via strong advertisement street art artists.
- Artists can apply with their portfolio on the "design-me" website running by the Berliner Sparkasse.
- If the artist will be accepted, he/her has admission to an object list on the site. Objects might be: Electricity boxes; bollards - for more see the images.
- Berliner Sparkasse working together with different owner of these objects which should be interested to get a nice new design instead of having objects with just illegal graffiti or millions of different posters on it..... .
- Artists do their design LEGAL.
- They have their portfolio on the "design-me" site and other (private) clients having access to that: they might give the artist an order.
- Each month the best design in different categories will be awarded by the Berliner Sparkasse as long it was uploaded by the artist on the "design-me" site. After that the best design of the year will be awarded in different categories too.
- Each designed object is getting a badge = like in a museum: with title | year | artist name.
- Books might be published soon about the biggest legal street art gallery in the world.
So: Berlin has his east side gallery: The future will be bigger.