Archiv für den Monat Dezember 2019

One Thing is for sure – The Change

All pictures were taken at HoF Villa RÜ and show the same spot in the course of a year. SLOP YSIK ANUS 134 (01/2019 & KEDO x ERIK 134 ( 02/2019) TDB THE DISPOBOYS (03/2019) & BUSE x PILZ SIR (04/2019) SKURIL GFS GOODFELLAS et al. 04/2019 & I4TF GSOX (06/2019) TDB THE DISPOBOYS DEST […]

Murals in Essen (7th)

I looked again and found some more, to make it 70! I just have checked it out; my last post about the murals in Essen was in August 2018. Since then, a lot has happened. We have got some new, not only big facades, but some shutters and other commercial and commisioned works. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Park; Chester […]

HoF Villa RÜ in December

BUSE x PILZ x SIR LAY DOS EIER & RIP NOSK KEDO 134 „Deine Jungs sind alles Spießer – Meine Jungs sind 134“ More pictures -> click Location

Wright Festival Bochum – Three of Five

Three of five murals, produced by this years Wright Festival, are finished and show their faces to the public, now that the scaffoldings have been dismantled. This years murals are widely scattered over the city. Wiemelhausen, Ehrenfeld, Goldhamme, and the inner city. At Alte Hattinger Straße 11, André Silva aka TRAFIC, Dortmund based street artist, […]

One Thing is for sure – The Change

I cannot say it often enough. Owners of eyecatcher walls mostly are having hard times. Especially the wall at Rellinghauser Straße 117, which marks the entrance to Essen’s south side, is always in the focus of the graffiti writers, to mark their territory. In August 2017 the facade of that building was restored. When the […]

One Thing is for sure – The Change

DEMONART „Wege zum Wasser“ Joseph-Breuer-Straße – Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke (10/2014) Unknown Artist; Joseph-Breuer-Straße – Gustav-Heinemann-Brücke (11/2019) Location

AINS – From Hagen with love

It’s no longer deniable, in three weeks X-mas is around the corner and people travel into the cities every day, to enter the Christmas markets. Train passengers from Hagen immediately feel home in Essen. Alighting from the train at main station, they are welcomed by AINS, a familiar sight for citizens of Hagen.