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FindingBerlin Tours: Street Art

31.10.2011 · 2 comments

A couple of weeks ago Mar­tin invited us on one of his new tours. On his beau­ti­ful bikes (whenever we get the chance, we leave our own bikes at home and bor­row one of his’ — they’re just too pre­cious), Mar­tin guided us through Kreuzberg and Friedrich­shain on his newly added “Street Art Tour”. Truth be told:

Win 1×2 tickets to the FLY BerMuDa Festival!

24.10.2011 · One comment

The FLY BerMuDa-Festival is the annual grand finale of the Ber­lin Music Day, this year tak­ing place on the 5th of Novem­ber on Tem­pel­hofer Air­port grounds. The line up is a great eye catcher: Ricardo Vil­lalobos, Ellen Allien, Magda, Tief­schwarz, Fritz Kalk­bren­ner, DOP, and my per­sonal favor­ite George Fitzger­ald. The pro­moters of the Fest­ival are cur­rently
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Occupy Weekday Vintage Sale

23.10.2011 · 27 comments

So, while the youth of the world is protest­ing the care­less waste of our eco­nomy and the inhu­man dic­tat­or­ships of their respect­ive coun­tries, it seems as if the kids of Lon­don and Ber­lin have mainly settled on “loot­ing” as a viable form of demon­strat­ing their needs. Well, at least that’s what it looks like if you

Scratch’n’Cut: All Remix Everything


I love remixes! The Made team has organ­ized an event/exhibition that dis­plays the pro­cess of remix­ing. Cross-media art? Sure! The Scartch’n’Cut Exhib­i­tion with the lead­ing motto “All Remix Everything”. It’s sup­posedly going to be super ener­getic and fresh. Check out the trailer and don’t miss while it’s on! Our upcom­ing MADE pro­ject SCRATCH’N’CUT is

Markthalle Neun Berlin Kreuzberg

12.10.2011 · One comment

The Mark­thalle 9 in Kreuzberg has been empty for a couple of years now. You could find a super­mar­ket and a drug store in it; noth­ing of the mar­ket spirit was left to find in the build­ing. Last year, Mar­cus even shot a video of the almost empty space. But in 2009 a few people got together and decided they would


09.10.2011 · 8 comments

Lukas Fisc­her stud­ies visual com­mu­nic­a­tion at Kun­sthoch­schule Weißensee. In feb­ru­ary of 2010 he moved to Neuk­ölln. He star­ted to explore the streets of his new neigh­boor­hood and got in touch with its people. The series Neuk­ölln developed. In awe of his exper­i­ence and his pas­sion for the pro­ject, he star­ted to focus on a spe­cific part of



We’ve partnered up with the great pro­ject ARTCONNECTBERLIN and we’re happy to announce our pres­ence at the STROKE ART FAIR. Our friends from OVERKILL are spon­sor­ing the con­test in which you can par­take if you register til the 12th of Octo­ber. Mar­tin from Find­ing­Ber­lin Tours is also plan­ning some excit­ing Urban Art Tours around the
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Pretty Easy To Explain — KJOSK & Balestra Berlin

04.10.2011 · 2 comments

If you’ve ever strolled down Orani­en­straße in Kreuzberg this sum­mer, you’ll prob­ably have passed the KJOSK loc­a­tion at the corner of Manteuffel­straße. It’s quite inter­est­ing on first sight: an old pub­lic BVG bus, has been trans­formed into a col­or­ful Späti on once fal­low ground. Although it is more than just a Kiosk. It’s a hangout, really, in a beau­ti­ful

Makerplatz Berlin

04.10.2011 · 7 comments


Klaus Poporeit

03.10.2011 · 2 comments

We met Klaus Popor­eit on Orani­en­strasse / Kreuzberg last weekend.