I really enjoyed my short trip to Berlin a few months back, and am slowly working my way through the hundreds of photos I took on my travels around the city.
Much like New York and London, there’s no shortage of graffiti and street art to be found around town – here’s some photos of the things that caught my eye:
Posters for the Ramones Museum.
Painted U-Bahn steps.
Could you imagine how freaking amazing it would have been to see David Bowie play Berlin during his Ziggy Stardust period?
Someone build a time machine quick!
I’guess I’ll never know what was on this discarded VHS tape, despite it’s tempting title.
Free Mumia Abu-Jamal graffiti.
‘Berlin Hustles Harder’ says the sticker.
Entrance to Görlitzer Park. The tourist guidebooks deliver deadly warnings to anyone considering entering its portals, but in reality it felt pretty much like Brixton in the 90s to me.
There’s certainly no shortage of hustlers and dealers there (maybe that’s what the sticker above is about!), but I’m well used to that so had no problem walking through the place.
It’s not much of a park though.
Old railway bridge by Görlitzer Park.
FIFA Go Home.
By the wall.