It’s time for another Pick n Mix of the best Berlin Street Art I have seen recently from a variety of artists.
As in previous posts in this series, you can click on an artist’s name to see more of their work if they have featured before on andBerlin.
C215 has appeared here a number of times with work in Berlin and in London. He never disappoints.
Jimmy C made a flying visit to Berlin last weekend to paint this portrait of Anne Frank next to the Anne Frank Museum in the Hof featured in A Berlin Hof Spot.
If you’ve walked around Berlin, you’ve walked past a piece by Mein Lieber Prost – his smiley faces are everywhere. If you’re lucky you’ve also seen his adbusting interventions.
Swiss Street Artist Robi The Dog was in Berlin earlier this year and his bright paste-ups were an instant hit with me. It’s great to see some new work from him in the city.
Robi The Dog has more of his work on his Flickr stream.
WD (short for Wild Drawing) is a Street Artist from Bali, Indonesia now living and working in Athens.
This was my first encounter with work by Moe (to the best of my knowledge) and I haven’t been able to find any more info about the artist.
You can see more work from Moe on his Facebook Page.
El Bocho’s Little Lucy is one of the most recognisable Street Art paste-ups in Berlin, where the artist has lived and worked for a number of years.
I have seen a number of pieces in Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg recently with the tag Sueña and this Roy Lichtenstein inspired piece was my pick of the bunch. A 10-minute trawl on Google failed to turn up any info about the artist though.
If you have any info about the artists for any of these pieces, please let me know in the comments so that I can give the proper credit.
Street Art is plentiful on the streets of Berlin so there will be more here soon.