Street Art in Berlin-Mitte

Schon wieder overdressed zur cocktailparty ... Flockart

Headlining today’s post … Schon wieder overdressed zur cocktailparty?

Berlin-Mitte, the district north of Kreuzberg, languished during the Cold War era, but today it is the thriving heart of the reunified capital city. Here you find the historic Reichstag building and its majestic dome, the famed Brandenburg Gate, the magnificent Unter den Linden avenue, the TV Tower, and much more.

In addition to the impressive tourist sights, Berlin-Mitte provides intriguing artwork by a host of street artists from around the globe. For example, Charm City Streets found work by D7606 (United Kingdom), Guache (Colombia), JAZ (Argentina), Jimmy C (London), Don John (Denmark), Mimi the Clown (France), Nafir (Iran), and Vhils (Portugal) in Berlin-Mitte.

Think & destroy - Negative Vibes ... plus Debbie Harry by D7606

Think & destroy – Negative Vibes … plus Debbie Harry by D7606

Debbie Harry ... wheatpaste by D7606

Debbie Harry … wheatpaste by D7606

Mural by Guache

Mural by Guache

Minotaur rising ... mural by JAZ

Minotaur rising … mural by JAZ

Anne Frank ... mural by Jimmy C

Anne Frank … mural by Jimmy C

Chimp & skull ... wheatpaste by Don John

Chimp & skull … wheatpaste by Don John

Wheatpaste by Mimi the Clown

Wheatpaste by Mimi the Clown

Wheatpaste by Mimi the Clown

Wheatpaste by Mimi the Clown

Crossed-out ... stencil by Nafir

Crossed-out … stencil by Nafir

Go Forth streetscape ... Vhils

Go Forth streetscape … Vhils

Street artists from Berlin and all other corners of Germany create fascinating artwork in Berlin-Mitte. Below you can see pieces by Alias, El Bocho, Bronik, Cazl, Mij.k.do, Osch (Otto Schade), Smernicki, Soon, Tante, Tona, Various & Gould, and a number of unidentified artists. You will notice that El Bocho and Tona are particularly prolific:

Forthcoming articles about the Eastside Gallery and Urban Nation will round out the recent visit Charm City Streets made to Berlin, Germany.

 


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