Welcome to street art Postcards from Berlin #21.
The selection for Postcards from Berlin #21 is a bit scarce but, again, the space I roam these days is a bit smaller …
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Street art by El Bocho
Dressed up Construction Site
Street art by eme freethinker
Street art by TOBO
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36 thoughts on “Postcards from Berlin #21”
These are all so cool! Love the kebab message! 😀
Thank you! It is actually a common saying, probably because it rhymes so well but you cannot have Berlin without the Kebab places! 🙂
Kebab places are everywhere now; even in quite small towns.
Oh, and they should!
Brilliant – that first one especially!!
You rwlalu do have an eye for these my friend 👍🖤
I love these…all of them so thought-provoking 😍😻
Thank you. It is a bit cooler, if you have some super nice pieces in between but with Corona my space got a lot smaller … They are still pretty fun!
They definitely are fun. I loved them especially the one with the evolution of man from an ape to man to falling off a cliff, this is a perfect visual meme for Palm Oil Detectives, could I use that picture on there? I can credit you and link back 😍
Hey there, I really don’t mind if you use it and link me. The original artwork is not by me though but by Otto Schade. I’m not sure if he would mind? Probably not, if you put his name somewhere … Your blog, you rules!
I’m glad you like the stuff! Have a lovely weekend!
You too my lovely friend 😘
I wonder if the crucifix ever got reunited with its owner
Me too. It is still a proper Cathedral, Nuns and all …
I like the messages on some of these!
Thank you! I really like street art. Some is funny or political or just pretty. Even if it is a kids chalk drawing, street art does something to you. — Not every piece in a museum does 🙂
My daughter loves graffitti Art as I do but whenever she see “Tagging” she doesnt like, now we will definitely have a problem when we visit Berlin in Sept once again..!
But then, those are cool ones, esp the Döner one. Got to check out these locations.
I can give you a few tipps before you go!
Ugly tags have exploded during lock down though. Maybe just overlook those 😉
The art scene in Berlin is always amazing
They do have great spots!
A great selection. Viel dank. (I so wish I could still roam the streets of Europe for street art)
Ich verstehe “macht schöner”, aber was ist “Döner”? Ein name? A brand?
(An old German friend of mine just complimented me for my ¨ and my ß. 🤣)
Döner Kebab is the beauty of fresh bread and veggies with meat and sauce. Similar to a gyrus or falafel. There’s something about awesome food just all wrapped up! 🥳
Sounds deli. You don’t know how I miss the option of stopping at any café in Paris, take a chair on the terrace, ask for the plat du jour and a glass of Brouilly. 🍷
Oh, and great job on your Umlaute! 😉
That was easy. It is directly on a key to the right. As you know we use often in French. My last name actually has one: Onraët. 😉
Beautiful. I have no clue how to pronounce that!
The ‘a’ is mute. The ‘e’ without an accent is like the German ‘e’ as in… bitte. With an Umlaut, the sound of the ‘e’ is like in ‘mensch’. So it’s easier that it looks. ‘Onret’.
Which has a negative meaning in Flemish… 😉
Haha, most things French don’t go well with the Flemish 🤭
Well, my ancestors around the 15th-16th century were Flemish. From a town named Kortrijk in Flemish. They then moved to the North of France and later to Paris around the 18th century. I still have distant “cousins” in Belgium. The name “Onraët” means “Not to be trusted, a bit of a crook”. LOL.
PS. I lived in Holland, and I’ve been countless times to Brussels on business. Love Belgium and the belgians. A great people.
I like the messages and range of art. Blue girl just wanning to have fun…damental rights is spot on. Fù@k Fame and pixel Einstein cool 😎 Thanks for the share 🙂
It makes me super happy that you like them! The pixel one did my head in in real life. 4 shades of grey. Amazing
I didn’t even get wht is was until I squinted my eyes and it came to life. Very clever.