Welcome to street art postcards from Berlin #18 — the epic walk edition. With such nice weather it called for a little tour. So let’s start in
with an update of eme’s wall and then we’ll move down to Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg. Enjoy! Mauerpark
In memory of George Floyd
Diese Haus stand früher in einem anderen Land, Brunnenstraße (This house used to stand in a different country) – Jean-Remy von Matt
Bundeswehr zum Spargel Stechen, Linienstraße (Federal German Military Forces to harvest asparagus) Despite Covid-19 and travel regulations, Germany managed to get guest workers from Eastern Europe to harvest asparagus, which makes them system relevant; our new favorite term. Cause we cannot survive a lock down without our favorite vegetable.
Mimi the Clown in good company, SP38, Dared Art & Co., Rosenthaler Straße
Das Fräulein Modemacher
Make a wish – confatty
Taknado Crew, Hackescher Markt
There was so much new street art at Haus Schwarzenberg Street Art Alley that I will post those beauties in a seperate post. Stay tuned!
Señor Papá Chango
Art or Kitsch?, Dircksenstraße
Berliner Bär, near Rosa Luxemburg Platz
Little Miss Fierce, Rosa Luxemburg Straße
Ron Miller, Torstraße
This Berliner Bär looks like he had enough, Straßburger Straße
I’ve read anything from German politian to Bill Cosby … An idea anyone???
I paid a visit and it just occured to me that he lives on Heinrich Roller Straße, which is probably why he got this name. Doh. Heinrich the garden gnome
Last but not least, is still there! OME! Greifswalder Straße the egg
Thanks for visiting Postcards from Berlin #18! Which one was your favorite piece today?
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