At the far east end of the East Side Gallery there is this artwork result of the collaboration between German artists Sokar Uno and Juliah. This mural is a fusion of two different techniques that creates a mix of creepy and pleasant image. Sokar Uno fills his art with human beings in a very classical style and through the insertion of elements, as in this case the mask, he twists the message reflecting strong emotions. His illustrative-distorted figures realized by soft and at the same time harsh outlines make the image highly powerful and timeless. His partial-realistic style makes a great synthesis with Juliah’s filigree technique. Her world is full of fantastic creatures and organic forms created with a combination of patterns and structures. Her art represents a portal to a fabulous universe that wants to stimulate viewer’s imagination. In this mural those two characters seem to be two souls of the same person. One being is hiding behind a mask and the other ego is crying, the scene get us involved in this fragile emotional state.