Archiv des Autors: streetartwalks
Train passengers starting/arriving at Fligern S have to learn, that there was a change in the appearance of the surrounding facades of two houses, visible best from the platform. Both walls were painted by an unknown artist.
Coky is a graffiti artist based in Düsseldorf and even if my visits in Düsseldorf are not very rare, to find a new piece of him or of his DAC crew, is a highlight each time. So it was last Wednesday, when I visited Kiefernstraße, where the sound isolation wall just got a new […]
Graffiti with political content is rare, but happens from time to time. My Berlin friend has found one of the examples at HoF Mauerpark. With mass protests the population of Hongkong prevented the conclusion of an extradition agreement with China. The shown piece is made by an unknown artist to support and appreciate the people […]
Money makes the world go around and that’s what this spectacular exhibition shows in all artworks exibited. Defacing the banknotes with a variety of techniques from freehand, stencil, acrylic, spraypaint, marker pen to collage, leads to a new meaning and nominal worth becomes a side-note.
Passers of Walter Benjamin Platz in Berlin Charlottenburg currently enjoy a spectacular installation made by QUINTESSENZ. It is titled “COLORMAZE” and shows a complete color circle. They have installed and moved 8,5 tons of wood. Over 10,000 screws turned in and several liters of white lacquer used for priming. The installation is built as a […]
The last weekend was a blast! For decades, Traumzeitfestival at Landscape Park Duisburg North, is firmly scheduled in my annual calendar of events. So for a change, my last weekend was dedicated to all of those artists who have played there. But of course, there is still HoF Unterführungsstraße, which is located just a stone’s […]
In these days my Berlin friend is close to dispair. The hot temperatures make it difficult to break free from the shady garden, but in Berlin things are on the move; no good times to stay in the shadows!
Please don’t let me be misunderstood, I love that hall of fame at Essen’s north side, but I‘ m always a little bit scared visiting. Those old walls are due to be demolished and nobody knows exactly when they have to fall. But things reputed to be dead live longer and there is life in […]
134 crew KEDO 134 crew YSIK SMEK et al. GSOX x 134 crew SIKE More pictures -> click
These days BRAUSE, a flagship of Düsseldorf’s subculture, has turned 18 years of age and faded away simultaneously. With a final smile and a last party, it was celebrated once more, to say good bye in dignity and with a smile on the faces.