Unbekannter zerstört letzten Banksy Deutschlands
— Frau Krüger (@miecken) February 10, 2015
- Das letzte Werk des/der britischen Street-Art-Künstler/in Banksy in Hamburg wurde zerstört.
- Eine Acrylglasscheibe sollte es vor äußeren Einflüssen schützen.
- Die Zerstörung wurde offensichtlich mit Absicht vorgenommen.
Berlin’s gentrification and zombification is in full swing. We would rather destroy our street art than let it contribute to that process
Last week, from late Thursday night to early Friday morning, I and several others painted over two murals by Italian artist Blu in Kreuzberg, often referred to as Berlin’s most iconic street art. Since then, the German capital has been full of speculation as to who did this and why. Many assumed that property developers had killed off their beloved mural, and few realised that the people behind it were the ones who created it in the first place. So we have decided to tell our side of the story.
Playing a live set in Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia on my homemade PVC pipe instrument, played with a pair of thongs (flip flops to the non-Aussie viewers :P)
modified to ride in the tram tracks.
Realized in Bratislava, Slovakia.
The space between the tram tracks in Bratislava is 435 mm narrower than
the gauge of tracks in Prague or Pilsen (1435 mm). The wooden europallet,
a basic feature of any warehouse or storage hall, with its standartized
1200×800 mm dimensions, when modified can only run on the tracks
A new transport vehicle brings change into the spatial perspective of a passenger
in motion and generally changes the life of the city, through which the pallet can run,
guided by a map of the city lines.
/ text by Martin Mazanec /
Guerrilla graffiti artist admits to painting three 1950s-style spooks near listening centre in Cheltenham
Dubbed Spy Booth, the image of three spooks equipped with listening devices and surrounding a phone box appeared in April on the corner of two residential streets in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.