A hundred years ago, Gleisdreieck was a railway hub in an industrial setting. After the Berlin Wall was fallen, the area, which was inacsessible wasteland, was developed and changed to a modern Berlin public park, which offers space for everyone. Last but not least it houses the popular Legacy Wall besides big fields of gravel. The Park has evolved from an inaccessible wasteland to a favourite place for human, animal or plant life. Nowadays a small Nekko cat was seen; probably it is on the hunt for mice.
The last pictures my Berlin friend has sent to me, was „The Hulk“ at Legacy wall. But it is like it was: It did not leave him in peace until he had monitored his arcive for Hulks, he has taken pictures of in the course of the time. There were not that much to be found. And when I searched my treasure box for Hulks, I had to learn, that there was one only; how funny that I have taken it in Berlin too. In fact „The Hulk“ was subject to a Stan Lee Tribute Exhibition at Sold Out Gallery in Bochum. But the pieces were presented on canvas. For those of you who don’t bother, I’ll show some Hulks on canvas. Quasi out of competition.
It seems that Legacy Wall at Gleisdreieck Park has got a facelifting last Thursday. Only one older piece has survived. The Hulk, probably designed by SIKOE, member of the UNIT crew, was strong enough to resist the run.