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Berlin Boombox

June 30, 2011

Street Art Gallery

I grew up in Brooklyn in the eighties and the street art in Berlin is reminiscent of the NY in the infamous pre-cleanup era. Street art is everywhere as tags (which I sort of hate) or larger, more intricate works. In Prenzlauerberg, my neighborhood, the artists’ message is clear: fuck yuppies.

Most of the photos below were taken by Cecilia Torres. Check out more of her work here.

Submit your own sightings! Images are allowed in the comments below.

About the Author

Denise is a Guyanese-born, New York City raised, Berliner. She is a dreamer, writer, activist who sometimes bakes.



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