Time for another Berlin Street Art selection box – enjoy!
You should know the drill by now, but just in case you don’t, if they’ve featured on the blog before clicking on an artist’s name will take you to more of their work.
Andreas von Chrzanowski, aka CASE / Case_Maclaim, is the man responsible for these massive hands. Born in Thüringen, he produces some very impressive photorealistic Street Art and has been part of the Maclaim Crew since 2000.
Check out CASE’s website and Facebook page.
These two pieces by Apitatán, who hails from Quito, Ecuador, made me smile. ‘Monday Again’ – the image of a man shaving – was particularly well placed, the recess in the wall giving the impression of a mirror’s frame.
See more from Apitatán on his website and Facebook page.
Ericailcane x Bastardilla
This huge piece in the Haus Schwarzenberg Hof by Ericailcane is a very unsubtle dig at people like me who take photographs of Street Art. It is part of a collaboration with Colombian Street Artist Bastardilla – just one of a number of murals produced by the pair.
If you’re a fan of Berlin Street Art, chances are you’ve seen Ambush’s ‘Bending Berlin Baby’, featuring a slightly worse for wear Bender from Futurama. This time, Yoda gets the Ambush treatment in ‘Kiss My Darkside’.
See plenty of cracking Street Art from Negative Vibes on Facebook and Tumblr.
There’s a lot more work from Norwegian Street Artist STEIN on his Facebook page.
If anyone knows who created these pieces, please let me know in the comments. That way, I can update my post to give the artist the proper credit.
You may know this by now, but there are two more pieces at Clarchen’s Ballhaus that are done by the same person who did that last photo in this post. It’s next to a Mij. K. Do. tag, but I don’t think they’re his…even though they have the long legs.
Thanks for the tip, Anna. I’ll be sure to check it out next time I’m in the area.