Welcome to street art Postcards from Berlin #20. Unbelievable, we’re up to number 20! Enjoy some fine art from Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, Wedding and Teufelsberg. Turns out, not everybody is into gnomes and all. (Yeah, I know, crazy.)
This was Postcards from Berlin #20. Which piece was your favorite today?
Have a happy Hump Day!
Sunrise at the abandoned resort
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24 thoughts on “Postcards from Berlin #20”
You’ve got there some seriously outstanding street/house/wall paintings. Hard to choose one – thanks for the entertainment. A lovely post – and not a single Gartenzwerg to spoil the fun 😉 😉 😉 (You asked for it in your first para!)
Aww, you just had to rub it in … 😉
Ooh, all good. But I’m drawn to Self Made Crew & Friends. I’m drawn to kebabs. x
And damn, do they make a good Kebab in Berlin …
Sebo Creation. Everyone needs a dragon hat! 😀
So true! xox
I like the statement best: Make the rich pay for Covid19.
The SOS girl artwork is really cool. Easier to look at images of Trump now that he’s lost.
Another nice share thanks 🙂
Ha ha, thank you. The one next to it said ‘Corona ist scheiße’ but I couldn’t find that photo anymore … 😉
Ha. ‘Corona ist scheiße’ I want that on my next teeshirt! 🙂 🙂
These are wonderful! I especially like the kebab one. Where did you spot it?
Hi there, usually I write that under the pictures, I should update that, sorrry. This one is huge and was spotted on Teufelsberg in Berlin. There are more photos from the trip (but subconsciously I may be saving them for lockdown…) There will always be street art around here! And gnomes. Oh, well …
Really cool stuff!
Thank you! I may have been a bit stingy with street art photos lately but I’m a bit scared I’ll run out soon … It’s not like we get to go outside much these days … Take care!
Jeanine – This is a lot of artwork you’ve featured. Love the Trump references and blame the rich for COVID sign … all that artwork is pretty incredible and so large. It always amazes me that these murals often take up a side of a building.
In the last postcards there was the giant socialite. It covers a huge building and was completely done freestyle, no mapping out! Incredible. I like streetart so much because it covers political stuff or is sometimes just funny or decorative. The range is huge and it’s always nice to add some color to live.
When I worked in Downtown Detroit, they had some murals going up on buildings but they were all what used to be called “op-art” – basically some three dimensional lines, squares, 3-D-looking art, but nothing special. We have a very cool chalk artist here in Michigan and he does 3-D chalk art and hires himself out at events. He does not live near me, but used to visit a park where I go once a year for their weekly jazz series. This is a much-smaller scale, but clever.
Really interesting! A nice collection$$$
Thank you! It’s always fun spotting these pictures!