Face time in Berlin

Kreuzberg. February. 2013. The walls are alive with the painted faces.

Religious Clown

Religious Clown

Street artists have long used faces and massaged them into something new, emotive and down right creepy at times. The most recent trip down Berlin way pulled out many a face and here are a few stencils, freehand, stickers, statues and even a headless dictator.

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Face Clown

Face Clown

The humour of putting one of the worlds most famous, money grabbing, creativity sapping gents in the game using street techniques is a nice touch.

Old Clown

Old Clown

Old is just as good and current and relevant as new

Super Clown

Super Clown

Super heroes are alive and well in Berlin

Berliner leibe

Berliner leibe

Jesus looks like he has finally found the love of a good man too. God may well be pleased

The bronze man of Berlin

Paint on everyone

Paint on everyone

And one depiction of evil

From Berlinische Gallerie

From Berlinische Gallerie

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2 thoughts on “Face time in Berlin

  1. Isn’t street art great!
    And sometimes it makes it all the way to the galleries too! There’s a big exhibition of Basquiat at the Gagosian Gallery in NYC now. Unfortunately there is no photography allowed….

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