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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Posters Jungle in Berlin #1.

[Posters I've seen today in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg]

I'm always all-amazed by the 'posters jungle' in Berlin. Posters on the walls, in the streets etc. last at the most a couple of days, sometimes one night or even less time.

You go somewhere, cross a street, see a poster and maybe you can find it beautiful, funny, interesting or also ugly, bad and so on. You take a second look, maybe smile a little bit and then you cross another street and proceed. If you come back after one hour or two, it's very likely that you'll find another poster to welcome you. And the previous one? Berlin mysteries.

Today I'm starting a new post series, dedicated to Berlin posters. The first two 'Plakate' are about C/O Berlin Photography Days 2010 and German punk/rock band Beatsteaks. Enjoy!

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