Archiv für den Monat August 2018

Gabion Wall near Rombergpark has got a new design by Dortmund’s finest

In July it was announced by „art is just a four letter word“ that David Radon & ROOKIE THE WEIRD have painted a nice wall in Dortmund. My question „where the hell is that damned wall?“ was answered immediately: „above Schondelle inbetween B54 and Rombergpark“. OK – for me that sounded a bit cryptic. Schondelle? […]

Oldies but Goldies

Stinkfish (Bogotá) Part of project „Wände Südost“ (2012) Location

Notes from a Berlin friend

Urban art scene of Berlin is diverse. Graffiti, paste-ups, stencils, installations, murals and much more. Local artists, national and international artists as well. To have an overview and keep up to date is a hard job. I think if I would live and reside there, I wouldn’t sleep anymore.

HoF Downtown Marl

In Germany city halls usually are historic administrative buildings. They have specific architectural compositions, such as a tower, a look out or a clock tower. We have a lot of prominent historic city halls, but I never have seen such a building like the Marl city hall before. Hard to believe that the design has […]


This is the end of my mini series about Vilnius; it’s the day of departure for my brother-in-law. No more new pictures of street art in Vilnius to come. For me it has been a great pleasure to receive his daily messages with the pictures of Vilnius attached. And as there are a lot of […]

Attention – Correction – Attention – LEGLOSHAUS was cancelled

I very much regret having to communicate that due to an announcement of 40° Urbanart Festival the event LEGLOSHAUS had to be cancelled. Before the beginning of an exhibition, exhibitors must in all cases obtain permission from the fire department. Due to doubts of safety in the event of fire in the house, the fire […]


My brother-in-law keeps on sending me pictures of his walks in Vilnius and I change the colour of my face from a pale green to a darker green with hectic spots. I’m green with envy and if he continues this way, I soon will have foam at my mouth. Yesterday I have started to search […]


The images shown in this post were provided by courtesy of my brother-in-law, who currently is for a short break in Vilnius, which is the capital of Lithuania. The town is mostly known for the architecture in its Old Town, which is one of the largest surviving medieval old towns in Northern Europe. I didn’t […]

Notes from a Berlin friend

Haus Schwarzenberg has got a new brilliant portrait of Otto Weidt painted by LAKE ONER. In the direct vicinity of Anne Frank Museum and her portrait painted and restored recently by JIMMY C. Otto Weidt was the owner of a workshop for deaf and blind and did his best to preserve his Jewish staff from […]

Pulheim – Old Rolling Mill

I am ashamed to confess that I mutated to a couch and TV potatoe and a junkie of boring TV series during my imprisonment due to the heat wave during the last weeks. In order not to scratch the wallpapers off the walls, I was trapped especially by a production made in the old rolling […]