Mauerpark Berlin: The Graffiti Wall

Mauerpark Graffiti Wall - Photo: T.Bortels/bilderbook.org

Mauerpark Berlin: The Graffiti Wall

A sunny afternoon in the Mauerpark – somebody is working on his new graffiti piece, somebody else is watching. During the summer months the wall in Mauerpak is basically re-designed / re-decorated every sunday – so there is always something new to discover.

In the background you can see the floodlight of the football stadium of Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark.

Writing on the wall: “Art is my life …”

Writing on the wall: “Art is my life …”

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Quite an ‘arty’ statement: “Art is my life …” – but why end the message with three dots? Why not with an exclamation mark?! …we will probably never know, what the original artist intended to say…

A graffiti/tag on the wall of a Berlin bar by an unknown artist.

Graffiti in Mauerpark

Graffiti in Mauerpark

Sunset at Mauerpark – the sunlight is reflecting in this graffiti on the graffiti wall in Mauerpark. The wall is not the Berlin Wall – but it was actually part of the border installations. So back in the days when Berlin was separated there was no way to get even close to this wall. Today it is open to the public – everybody is allowed to add her/his art piece to the collection. But please, when you’re done, don’t forget take your trash with you.

Chimney at Froebelstrasse

Chimney at Froebelstrasse

In Prenzlauer Berg the “Administrative Office for Citizens” (Bürgeramt / Bezirksamt Pankow Prenzlauer Berg) is located at Fröbelstrasse – a group of old brick buildings, that used to be a hospital. And this red brick chimney used to be part of the hospital too.

The HDR effect is a bit harsh, but – still – i liked the photo somehow. So here it is.