In our latest blogpost, we told the sad story of the Berlin wall as we saw it during our recent (December 2014) city trip (https://ourworldheritagebe.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/walls-of-berlin-1-the-berlin-wall/). While that post might have been slightly depressing, I am glad to announce that this one is much more heart-warming and colourful. When we strolled down the streets of Berlin, we observed the city’s impressive street art scene. Although most of the artworks can be found on walls (even on “the” wall), we also found some other street art forms that aren’t wall-bound, and even some that aren’t even two-dimensional… We were also glad to find some magnificent works of our favourite street artist: ROA (from our home town of Ghent).
For the remaining part, I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves…
East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): “Mein Gott hilf mir, diese tödliche Liebe zu überleben” by Wrubel.
East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): “Test the Rest” by Kinder.
East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): “Berlyn” by Lahr.
East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall): “Ohne Titel” by Noir.
Mural next to the East Side Gallery: “I love Berlin. Wir sind ein Volk.”
Backjump mural by Blu, in the Kreuzberg area.
Yellow Man mural by Os Gemeos, in the Kreuzberg area.
Round Heads mural by Nomad, in the Kreuzberg area.
Astronaut mural by Ash, in the Kreuzberg area.
Painted facade of a house in the Kreuzberg area, near Bethanien.
Haus Schwarzenberg (1).
Haus Schwarzenberg (2).
Haus Schwarzenberg: a really tiny piece of art.
Haus Schwarzenberg: yarnbombing!
Large mural near the former art centre Tacheles in the Mitte district.
Diamond catchers, Mitte district.
Communism-themed building at Alexanderplatz: another form of art on walls…
Looking inside… (near Unter den Linden)
Beautiful street tile with hummingbird (Mitte).
Impressive ROA @ Skalitzerstrasse.
Rats by ROA (Prenzlauerberg).
– M –