Berlin Street Art Vol 4 – Various Artists

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

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.

Street Ghost - Street Art by Paolo Cirio in Berlin

Stewy

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.

Pigeon - Street Art by Stewy in Berlin

El Bocho

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.

Little Lucy Die Ist Doof Herr Pozilist - Street Art by El Bocho in Berlin

Die Küsse unter der Kellertreppe meines Plattenbaus - Street Art by El Bocho in Berlin

Little Lucy Kitti Kebap - Street Art by El Bocho in 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.

Street Art by Hygienic Dress League in Berlin

Reka x Dscreet

This collaboration between Melbourne based artist Reka and London’s Dscreet is in the same Hof as the Stewy Pigeon.

Dbltrbl - Street Art by Reka x Dscreet in Berlin

Thanks to Mogli from Mogli Oak Berlin I can now give credit for two of the pieces that I originally posted as Unknown.

Isaac Cordal

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.

Kneeling Figure - Street Art by Isaac Cordal in Berlin

If you’d like to see more from Isaac Cordal, check out his website and Twitter feed.

SOBR

It's Time To Dance - Street Art by SOBR in Berlin

BENUZ

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.

Phoenix - Street Art by BENUZ in Berlin

Unknown Artists

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.

Hinged Mind - Street Art by Unknown Artist in Berlin

Green Spaceman - Street Art by Unknown Artist in Berlin

Mad Scientist - Street Art by Unknown Artist in Berlin

Punk Pig - Street Art by Unknown Artist in Berlin

 

9 thoughts on “Berlin Street Art Vol 4 – Various Artists

  1. mogli

    I can help you out a little with your ‘unknown’ pieces…

    The cement man has actually been there for a while and I think it is by Isaac Cordal (http://www.isaac.alg-a.org/). He did a bunch of installations around Berlin last year and was also at Artbase 2011.

    The dancing girl is by SOBR (http://www.flickr.com/photos/steffireichert/5015727955/) I can’t tell you too much besides the name which is written on some of the pieces. But I have a feeling the artist maybe Hungarian, as there are also some around Budapest. But who knows.

    Then the eagle is the one that has stumped me and my friends for a long time. I actually saw the guy (or guys maybe) working on it two days in a row, but I didn’t talk to them. I think from memory they were Mexican or from somewhere around Central America, but I could be wrong. I was told it was by one of the guys from The Weird who were having an exhibition when it was painted, but I kind of doubt it as it is not really like any of their work.

    So that might kind of help haha

    Cheers

    Mogli Oak

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    1. andBerlin

      Mogli, thanks very much for the info. I can’t believe I didn’t think of Isaac Cordal. I love his work and follow him on twitter so I should have done. My only excuse is that I haven’t seen that particular figure before and didn’t realise he had been in Berlin. I’ll let you know if I come across anything that sheds any light on that last piece. If you’re anything like me, not knowing will be bugging you.

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    1. andberlin Post author

      Thanks for letting me know Brent. I’ve updated the post to credit BENUZ. I think I’ve seen another piece by him at YAAM too so I’ll try to dig that out.

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