Another compilation of some of the best Street Art I have seen in Berlin over the last few months.
Where an artist has featured before you can click on their name to open other posts.
Paolo Cirio’s Street Ghost project has resulted in blurred figures taken from Google Street View appearing on walls in London, New York and Berlin. The images are wheatpasted in the same spot where they appear on Street View. You can read more about the project on streetghosts.net.
My first encounter with Stewy’s work was a flock of pigeons painted on a wall in London’s Stoke Newington. Now I’ve spotted one of his pigeons in Berlin in the Hof featured in my A Berlin Hof Spot post.
El Bocho is an andBerlin favourite and has featured many times on the blog. His artworks add some much needed colour and humour to the streets of Berlin.
Hygienic Dress League
Hygienic Dress League is the work of Detroit-based husband and wife team, Steve and Dorota Coy, and is a registered corporation. Their work deals with the process of brand building and explores the interaction between advertising and art.
Reka x Dscreet
This collaboration between Melbourne based artist Reka and London’s Dscreet is in the same Hof as the Stewy Pigeon.
Thanks to Mogli from Mogli Oak Berlin I can now give credit for two of the pieces that I originally posted as Unknown.
This is the first time I have come across a piece by Galician street artist, Isaac Cordal in Berlin. I’m embarrassed that I didn’t originally recognise it as his because I’ve known of his work for some time and even follow him on Twitter.
Thanks to Brent for letting me know in the comments that this Phoenix in the Hof at Haus Schwarzenberg is the work of Mexican Street Artist, BENUZ, who is now based in Dresden.
As always, if anyone has any information about the artists I haven’t been able to identify please let me know in the comments so that I can give the proper credit.