Category: graffiti

Culture Grinding – How Fingerboarding Saved My Love for Skateboarding.

Growing up as a kid in California in the 80s, skateboarding was always apart of the daily life. As kids, our idols were skating abandoned pools, putting out incredible skate tapes and just overall being badasses. One of my...

StreetGhosts: The Lost Art of Privacy

In the online world we live in today, privacy is a major issue. Though most people go through out their day without blinking an eye when presented with “Click OK to Accept Our New Privacy Policy”. Our natural instinct...

The Missing pieces of the Berlin wall

A few weeks ago I stumbled upon by accident what looked to be a an auto repair shop on Chauseestrasse, Mitte. Hidden around the back were several large chunks of what looked to me to be parts of the...

Sitting on an Underground Landmine

When people say that Berlin has an explosive underground, they aren’t just referring to its radical nightlife and its alternative scenes.  The city’s soil itself is liberally peppered with unexploded WWII explosives.  This is a city where everyday activities like digging a vegetable patch, building a house...

A Tale Of 3 Unique Street Artists

Berlin´s street art scene can never be accused of being stagnant, inactive, lazy or boring. The sheer volume of local artists and international visitors ensures that the scene moves and develops at a frantic pace. But like most creative disciplines, it goes...