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Stolpersteine 198 – 203

I have updated my Stolpersteine Gallery with photos of the Stolpersteine I saw in Berlin over the last week (with the exception of one very special group of stones that I will post about soon). These Stolpersteine were dedicated to: Heinrich Thieslauk (Warschauer Strasse 60); Robert Becker, Jenny Becker, Erna Becker and Erich Becker (Warschauer Strasse 61); Hans Litten and […]


Stolpersteine 195 – 197

I have updated my Stolpersteine Gallery to include photos of the Stolpersteine I have seen in Berlin in the last couple of weeks. The Stolpersteine I saw were memorials to: Cacilie Nadel (Admiralstrasse 23); Elsbeth Piltz (Kottbusser Damm 5); Arthur Rosenow, Jenny Bukofzer and Isidor Bukofzer (Graefestrasse 3). My first post about Stolpersteine gives more background about these memorials […]


Stolpersteine 192 – 193

I have added photos of the Stolpersteine I saw in Berlin over the past week to my Stolpersteine Gallery. The Stolpersteine I saw were memorials to: Felix Mechelsohn (Adalbertstrasse 95A); Klara Jacob (Silbersteinstrasse 97). If you’d like to know more about this very worthy project by artist Gunter Demnig that recognises the individuals who suffered at the […]


Berlin Street Art Vol 8 – Various Artists

It’s time for another cracking assortment of top quality Street Art seen on the walls, lamp posts and street furniture of Berlin. I have linked to other posts where some of the artists have appeared on andBerlin before. VL Dede I was really chuffed to find this Dede piece at Urban Spree because I had […]


Finding AliCé By Accident

When I found out Alice Pasquini aka AliCé would be visiting Berlin in December I was excited and disappointed at the same time. I was excited because AliCé is one of my favourite Street Artists and disappointed because I knew I would only have a few days to find her work before flying to Cardiff […]


MTO: Photorealistic Street Art in Berlin

MTO is a French born-Berlin based Street Artist who produces incredible large-scale photorealistic pieces.  Seeing his work on closed shop shutters makes getting up early to wander the streets of Kreuzberg worthwhile. This Spike LEE in Görlitzer Park is remarkably intact for its age. MTO painted a series of portraits of ‘Berlin Street Fighters’ – artists […]


Famous Berliners: David Bowie

Almost three weeks ago now, on his 66th birthday, David Bowie surprised everyone by releasing a new song – Where Are We Now? – a melancholy tune that reflects on his time living in Berlin in the 1970s. Following the new single’s release my social media feeds were abuzz with (mainly positive) reactions and Berlin […]