It’s quite amazing to watch how ubiquitous streetart has become in Berlin. Nowadays you find commissioned murals all over town in places you wouldn’t expect anything more than highly utilitarian commercial boxes, or on walls that neither have a smooth background nor many pedestrians to actually see it. Naturally on our Streetart Bike Tours (every Friday at 3 pm) we stick to places where there’s a lot to see and where we can be sure to find new stuff regularly. And all those places have to be in a reasonable distance to our headquarter at Kulturbrauerei, which means a lot of interesting walls can’t be covered. So from time to time, we present you a selection of street art pieces that are truly lying “off-the-beaten-path”. In the case of the following urban art gallery we present mainly classical graffiti and small-scale murals from Tempelhof, Kreuzberg 61 and Schöneberg.
Street Art Gallery March 2018
We’re not sure this intervention was entirely planned or if someone just embraced an otherwise spectacularly embarrasing mishap
Incredibly lion painting on the outside wall of the graveyards at Hallesches Tor
Ok, someone’s scared of penguins – I guess it takes all kind of people
It’s my roof bitches! Crows are clearly calling the shots among Berlin birds.
Another beautiful animal painting from the same wall. It’s funny how this wall seems to be uniquely attractive for artist with some kind of animal fetish.
Over the last months there has been quite the pronounced battle for the walls leading up to the platform at Yorckstraße.
Mural at the old union movie studios in Tempelhof. This one reminds me a bit of Fritz the Cat.
Abstract mural at Union Studios behind Tempelhof airfield
Cyberpunk piece by Czarnobyl in a backyard on Reichenberger Strasse
Mein Lieber Prost
Berlin streetart in Hamburg. Literally the first graffiti I noticed on my last trip there were those pieces by ÜF members (Pharao and …?)
Entrance to drugstore a youth initiative on Hauptstraße that has been around for 40 years
Not exactly streetart – just the way some crazy Germans decorate their front lawn for easter.