Postcards from Berlin #24

Welcome to street art postcards from Berlin #24. This time around, it’s a nice selection from all over the city. Enjoy!

streetart mural by Mike Makatron Berlin Treptow -
Mike Makatron, Treptow
Love Hurts - Unicorn streetart art teufelsberg Berlin -
Love Hurts, Teufelsberg Berlin
London Police at Art Park Tegel — There will be more big murals! These buildings have more than 11 stories. This artwork is huge! Find the glory of this walk in fall in a few weeks right here.
Faye the Fox paste up by dared art - bekitschig blog
Faye by dared art, Haus Schwarzenberg
I cleaned up my desk! Turns out, it doesn’t do that by itself.
Just in case you wondered, what I bought at the flea market hall in Treptow — a Torino in good shape.
Sock Monkey by Sam Crew - bekitschig blog
Sock Monkey by Sam Crew, Prenzlauer Berg
Free records - bekitschig blog
A cornucopia of free records entered our house. A friend cleaned out his records (why would you do that?) and was being rather generous. The Vanilla Ice one is actually a lot better than you’d think it would be and in the big pile were also some pretty decent records… Guys, the universe provides for you.
Street art Postcards from Berlin #24 - urban art at street light
Push to reset the world, Treptow
abandoned bear in trash bin - spotted - street photography -
Berliner Bear binned, Wedding
Victor Ash Mural - street art Berlin Wedding
Mural by Victor Ash – looking from the former West to the East of Berlin, Wedding
Object bicycle Berlin Mauerpark - Street art postcards from Berlin #24
Lost bicycle part 1, Mauerpark
trash art - objet trouve - street art of a diferent kind -
Part 2
street art Berlin Kreuzberg -
unknown artists, Kreuzberg
Paste ups Liz Art, Le Loup, stencil by ostap
Liz Art, Le Loup & Ostapartist, Mitte
Heart Herz Berlin Paste up Ultramarinedream
Paste-up by ultramarinedream, Hackescher Markt
Senior Papa Chango Haus Schwarzenberg Mural Berlin
Sr. Papa Chango, Haus Schwarzenberg
Street art Postcards from Berlin #24 - urban art at street light - Caro Pepe - Haus Schwarzenberg
In good company with Caro Pepe. I have a lot of photos from Haus Schwarzenberg to share. Stay tuned!
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change - Stencil Berlin
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change, Alexanderplatz
Postcards from Berlin #24 - street art stencils murlas paste ups - bekitschig blog
Don’t yak — do. Joh Fries

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18 thoughts on “Postcards from Berlin #24

  1. So much goodness to see here… my faves are the London Police at Art Park – just so big and stunning! The chopped up bicycle inserted into street signs ๐Ÿ™‚ The record haul – Black celebration by Depeche Mode is a top album. The Sr Papa Chango and the two quotes at the end are ace! Thanks for the share, Jeanine X

    1. Thank you! It’s a great album indeed! My favorite is still Violator. I guess, I’m old.
      My better half also scored some punk records from the 90s. I got the fun stuff ๐Ÿ™‚
      The art walk includes 8 gigantic walls, which I’ll show next month.
      And an extra big thank you for the X! Have a great Halloween weekend! X

    1. Oh you, and not one word about the art ๐Ÿ˜‰
      We actually do have a few multi storage bike stands but I liked the creative potential. They were up pretty high. That would’ve taken some effort to create these objects!

      1. The teddy was sad. There is a childcare across the street, they could’ve parked him just there. Once he’s looked up, his fate is sealed. I don’t know if they do this in the UK but some garbage trucks here tie toys & Co Infront of their cars. (After a few weeks, they tend to look rather sad …)

  2. The 3D effect on Sr Papa Chango is incredible. If only it was that easy to “Reset the World” by the push of a button! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. this is a fantastic compilation. must send it to my Berliner-Schnauzen-friend (part of my family!).

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