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Berlin, 2003 – Remnant of the Berlin wall

 

Berlin, 2004 – Fish are our friends, not food!

 

Berlin, 2004 – Statement protesting the closing of an establishment aimed at preventing youth drug addiction.

 

Berlin, 2004 – Prenzlauerberg is the neighborhood I lived in.

 

Berlin, 2005

 

Berlin, 2004 – “Let your thoughts bubble over with ideas.” This is exactly the effect that spending time looking at interesting graffiti had on me.

 

Berlin, 2005 – An artistic montage of poster graffiti. This kind of stuff can be found all over Friedrichshain.

 

Berlin, 2005 – The evolution of graffiti.

 

Berlin, 2005 – Non-commissioned public art. This stuff reminds me of Barry McGee. Check him out on the links page.

 

Berlin, 2005

 

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Berlin, 2005

 

Berlin, 2004 – Be nice always! To everyone!

 

Berlin, 2004 – Only in Berlin. This is one of my favorites.

 

Berlin, 2004

 

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Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – Karl Marx. Scheiss Deutsche means literally “shitty Germans”.

 

Berlin, 2005 – “But it’s art…” Also one of my personal favorites. It pretty much sums up everything that was going through my head while doing this project.

 

Berlin, 2004

 

Berlin, 2004 – “All good things come from above.” This was shot very close to where I lived.

 

Berlin, 2005 – “The future is feminine.” In German, nouns have genders. The word for future – Die Zukunft – is feminine.

 

Berlin, 2005

 

Berlin, 2005

 

Berlin, 2005 – “How can I get peace?” This one is a play on words. The German verb “to get” is kriegen, and the German word for war is Krieg.

 

Berlin, 2005 – I hate you all

 

Berlin, 2005

 

Berlin, 2005 – Yuppies out!

 

Berlin, 2005 – Graffiti is not a crime

 

Berlin, 2005 – Fight genocide

 

Berlin, 2005 – Solidarity with Libya

 

Berlin, 2006

 

Berlin, 2006

 

Berlin, 2005 – “Well, I don’t really like the new color, but whatever”.

 

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