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Banksy Flower Chucker / Thrower in Berlin

Did you know that there is a large-scale example of one of the most recognisable Street Art pieces by undoubtedly the most famous Street Artist in the world in Berlin?  Banksy’s Flower Chucker / Thrower has been reproduced by thousands of opportunistic entrepreneurs on posters, mugs and canvases. You can even buy your own stencil. […]


Tommi’s Burger Joint – From Reykjavik to Berlin

Tommi’s Burger Joint, the Icelandic burger chain, opened its first restaurant in Germany at Invalidenstrasse 160, Berlin on 9 May 2014, six months behind schedule.  The delays were blamed on German bureaucracy but had the positive effect of building anticipation amongst Berlin burger lovers. Tómas Andrés Tómasson, the 65-year-old founder who gives his name to […]


Olympus OM-D Photography Playground Berlin 2014

The Olympus OM-D Photography Playground has made a welcome return to the Opernwerkstätten in Berlin. Now in its second year the Photography Playground consists of a series of 9 installations from international artists that are intended to be both visually striking and interactive. My favourite installations were those that I thought encouraged the highest level […]


JR – Wrinkles of the City in Berlin – Part 2

Wrinkles of the City by French street artist, JR is undoubtedly one of the most exciting street art projects to hit Berlin. Since I first saw his crew pasting one of the artworks at Warschauer Strasse a few weeks ago, photos of JR’s pieces have been regularly appearing in my Instagram and Twitter feeds. Since […]


Berlin Street Art Vol 10 – Various Artists

New pieces appear year round on the streets of Berlin but it has been noticeable that since the weather has improved more artists have been hitting the city.  With lots of great Street Art from ALANIZ, ALIAS, CAZ.L and El Bocho to name a few, the problem with compiling this post wasn’t finding good work […]


Olympus OM-D Photography Playground at the Opernwerkstätten Berlin

An interactive exhibition is ideally suited to Berlin, a city overflowing with creative people, and that is what Olympus has created with the Olympus OM-D Photography Playground, which opened at the Opernwerkstätten last night. The Opernwerkstätten, built between 1939 and 1941 with some involvement from Albert Speer, used to house the workshops of Berlin’s many […]


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 […]