In the 1980s, this wall was further bolstered by the troops and made very strong and sturdy. During these times, the street art gained even more popularity. This subsequently spread to all the countries of the world and it has been considered as a mark of anarchy and oppression by the members. Tourists from all over the world were observed to be enjoying the art and trying to understand the underlying notion so of the art. It was found from observational analysis that the West Berlin side of the wall has artwork that was covering the wall. However on the east side of the Berlin wall there was no images. The reason was that people near the East side of the wall were not permitted to cross the wall or even come near the wall
Later research analysis data said that Berlin Wall is one of the largest canvases of the world. Many of the artwork that has been created by artists who preferred to remains anonymous. This was open to anyone. Anyone could use this wall to elucidate their views. Many controversial elements of the wall have been removed from the wall. Currently, it exists only in few places such as Potsdamer Platz, Mühlenstrasse, and Bernauer Strasse. After the Berlin wall was open, not much artwork has been created in this area.
On observational analysis of the place, it was found that modern Berlin was influenced by the growing consumerization (Feversham, and Schmidt, 2007). There were a growing number of people who choose to construct apartments and street art was not permissible in many areas. It is now considered to bring down the value of the place and there is more housing near the area. Artists who now conduct art galleries and exhibition are paid for their art work. The original passion of respecting the work and delivering messages to the communities were largely lost. The impacts of globalization and growing consumer ideologies were reflected in the modern interpretations of the art works.