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Shepard Fairey in Berlin for Urban Nation

OBEY Giant founder and artist, Shepard Fairy, was in Berlin completing a new wall sponsored by Urban Nation.  The mural states ” Make Art, Not War”, “Eyes Open”, “Mind Open” with a symbolic Rose at it’s center. Photos by  Henrik Haven.

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Botlek Escapes From Wuhlheide

Street artist Daan Botlek (featured) is known for his ghostly white characters that play and interact with their surroundings. In his recent wanderings through Berlin, Botlek devised the perfect escape route for his figures to follow throughout a condemned building. We’ve featured the “Escape From Wuhlheide” series below:

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Botlek Escapes From Wuhlheide is a post from: The Citrus Report | Art, Culture, News, Graffiti, Music, Street Art, Clothing, Politics, Reviews

Low Bros In Wood/Hood

Qbrk and Nerd are brothers that make up the German art duo, Low Bros. With a background in graffiti, Low Bros co-founded “The Weird” crew with Nychos, Cone, Hr. v. Bias, Dxtr, Rookie, Look and Vidam from Peachbeach and Frau Isa. Their most recent show, Wood/Hood alludes the rural and urban influences that they experienced while growing up.

Here are some photos of recent works from their last solo show, Wood / Hood:

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