Wesel is a small town in North-Rhine Westfalia on the northwest edge of the Ruhr area and really not known as a hotspot for graffiti and street art. Due to this it is not on the normal routes I frequently have under review. I have found this wall by means of a tip of a […]
Düsseldorf has two famous streets known far beyond the city limits. Königsallee, or better known as KÖ – downtown shopping mile and strolling promenade for the rich and pretty folks – and Kiefernstraße, the counterpart of everything the KÖ stands for.
Looking at Kiefernstraße and the construction trailers there for several years, for me it begs the question: how many trailers are you looking at and is the number a constant, means are they always the same or do they change?
More pictures of Kiefernstraße -> click
… built by robots TOM seen today at Kiefernstraße
Paste-Up: JANA & JS (2015) x ARDIF(2018) Paste-Up: ARDIF (2018) Brause; Bilker Allee 233
Still looking for X-Mas presents? Then this recommandation might be right for you. I would like to draw your attention to Düsseldorf Flingern, where Take A Butcher’s Gallery joins in a special event, called Flingern Late Night Shopping, that takes place at Hoffeldstraße 42 on Thursday, 29. November. This very night they show „Best of […]
I would like to draw your attention to the upcoming solo show of Tim Ossege aka SEI LEISE at Kulturbunker in Köln Mülheim. The exhibition starts on Friday, 30. November 7 pm and is on show until 9.12.2018. Tim Ossege is a Cologne based street artist focused on vector graphics and reverse graffiti and is, […]
Berlin has to wait a moment. I need time to draw your attention to Düsseldorf and it’s artists‘ association WP8. At Kölner Straße 73 they show until 11.11.2018 the group show of METRAEDA & BONA BERLIN „Ecken & Kanten“. Integrated in the exhibition is a charity project for the benefit of Naval Rescue. Little ships […]
There are not many German terms, to find the way into the international linguistic usage. The term „German Anxt“ was able to prevail. It refers to the phenomenon of gratuitous fear or anxiety and is felt as typically German especially by observers from the Anglo-Saxon area. What has this got to do with the writer […]