Tags: Kreuzberg

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...

Bridging the Tourist Divide

Two buildings face each other on the Spree: one is a shiny highrise, its mosaic of metallic colours gleaming on the roadside.  It is the new Mercedes Benz building that will be constructed by Caimmo.  Across the road from it sits...

Derelict Sensations

Berlin in the 1990s was a concrete jungle: bricks escaping from the confines of their walls, girders sagging and twisting like vines, wood being warped by the elements into elegant mis-shapes. It was as if the elements had...

Advertisers Busted by Berlin’s Street Artists

If you are waiting for a train at Goerlitzer Bahnhof today, you might notice something a little unusual about the view there.  Inside of the station’s light boxes, the usual images of flawless models striking sophisticated, sexy poses have...