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Vermibus – Berlin Fashion Week Interventions 2015

Berlin Fashion Week was the perfect target for local artist Vermibus, whose ad-busting interventions subvert the very image the fashion world had descended on Berlin to project. After using solvents to significantly alter advertising posters featuring glossy images of beautiful people, Vermibus re-hangs his artworks in advertising hoardings for maximum impact. And this was what […]

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Berlin Street Art Vol 16 – Various Artists

It’s time for another selection of sweet street art from Berlin.  The artist’s names link to previous appearances on andBerlin if you want to see more of their work. ALANIZ One of the largest of ALANIZ’s rollered paintings in Berlin, entitled “Protesta; more than a right, an obligation” is right alongside a Vhils piece from […]

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Plotbot KEN at a Former Chemical Factory From Acid Tanks by Isabelle Pett

Acid Tanks – Plotbot KEN at work

This video by Isabelle Pett shows Berlin street artist Plotbot KEN at work in a former chemical factory just outside Berlin.  The editing and the industrial soundtrack (The Sect – Underworld Machine Code Remix) are well suited to the setting and KEN’s post-apocalyptic artworks, created on four large storage tanks. Acid Tanks

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ALANIZ Painting at Bärenquell Brauerei in Berlin - still from Inside the Mind of ALANIZ, Berlin’s Banksy by Vocativ

Inside the Mind of ALANIZ, Berlin’s Banksy

I find the comparison to Banksy in the title annoying given their very different styles but if you can get past that, Inside the Mind of ALANIZ, Berlin’s Banksy offers some fascinating insight into the motivation and creative process of the Berlin-based street artist. Whilst taking Vocativ on a tour of his art in Berlin, […]

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Plotbot KEN – Street Art Goes Nuclear

The apocalyptic scenes in the works of Berlin street artist, Plotbot KEN are perfectly suited to the abandoned sites where he often paints.  The above piece is one of a number gracing the walls of the former NSA listening station at Teufelsberg.  His gallery work featured at the alternative Christmas Market, Stattmarkt at Stattbad Wedding. […]

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Berlin-based Street Artist El Bocho At Work On The Street In Berlin

In the Belly of a Whale – El Bocho

Prolific Berlin-based street artist El Bocho speaks to Andreas Lamoth and Frederic Leitzke about his work and his motivations in 2013 in a new episode of their award-winning documentary In the Belly of a Whale. You may recognise a number of the pieces featured as El Bocho has appeared many many times on andBerlin.  Street art […]

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Shepard Fairey – Obey the Giant in Berlin

One of the most recognisable names in Street Art, Shepard Fairey, has been in Berlin painting a large-scale mural for Urban Nation as well as leaving some of his iconic Obey the Giant images and other posters and stickers around town. If you think you haven’t seen his work, think again.  Do you remember that […]

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Tourist Information From Tina Berlina by El Bocho

It was around the start of 2014 that I first noticed Tina Berlina, a new character from prolific Berlin Street Artist El Bocho. Tina has been popping up on the streets of Berlin this year offering advice to tourists and giving German lessons.  Unfortunately, I’ve missed German Lesson 3. There’s lots of El Bocho Street […]

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Berlin Street Art Vol 14 – Various Artists

Feast your eyes on a selection of first class Berlin Street Art. Same procedure as every post James – if the artist has appeared here before, clicking on their name will be rewarded with more of their work. CAZ.L I still don’t know any more about CAZ.L than I did when I first posted her work […]

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