Berlin’s Streets: The Street Artists’ Playground



Berlin’s STREETS

The street artists’ Playground


When you’re in the right parts of Berlin – or for what others may say are actually the wrong parts given the negative image street art sometimes has – the chance that you will get overwhelmed with the amount of street art you’ll come across is pretty high.

While in the city last week we were quite impressed with the street art we found around town. Here’s a visual tour through some of the best pieces of street art we saw.

Where we happen to know the street artists’ name we’ve mentioned this, but there are still some nice ones of which we don’t know who is behind it. Do you happen to know any of them? Let us know in the comments, we’d really like to give the right accreditation here.

Like to know how we became street artists in Berlin? Continue reading here: How To Become A Berlin Street Artist For One Day.


Blu, Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany.


Street art alley, Mitte, Berlin, Germany.


Empty Belly, Raw Temple, Berlin.


Street art, Raw Temple, Berlin, Germany.


Little Lucy – El Bocho, Berlin, Germany.


Street art, Mitte, Berlin.


Os Gemeos, Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany.


Street art Mitte, Berlin, Germany.


3-d street art, alley Mitte, Berlin, Germany.



Roa, Berlin, Germany.


Street art, Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany.


Would you like to see more posts like this, just browse to our street art corner where we regularly post street art pictures from all over the world. 



About The Author: Lydian Brunsting

'To be with Art is all we ask'- Gilbert and George. A quote that has stayed with me since I first saw it a couple of years ago. The word I would add though is 'travel' and that is, in fact, Art Weekenders, our new creation. The Art Weekenders project combines my passions for art, travel and photography, while we - at the same time - like to inspire and hopefully help you to prepare your art getaway. I am also photographer, writer and developer of the photoblog SHOuTography, a project that I started during a year of travelling through South-America to explore my life-long passion for photography.