Tag Archives: Berlin

El Bocho – Best of the best among Street Artist, Current Exhibition in Berlin


Raab Galerie Berlin exhibits my favourite street artist, the incredible talented and world famous yet super mysterious   El Bocho, between Jan 15 to Feb 23rd. In other words, it opens today!  Don’t miss it if you’re in Berlin! A painting by El Bocho are sold at the galery  from 5000 EUR and up. His work is a tribute to his beloved home town Berlin.


For more information, opening hours and directions on how to get there check the official Raab Galerie Berlin website, which is in both english and german.

Raab Gallery Berlin is located on  Fasanenstraße 72 neatr Savignyplatz.

Pics courtesy of Raab Galerie Berlin / Copyright El Bocho


Awesome Artwork at United Loneliness by multi-talented Andras Bartos

One of my favourite pop-art artists is the talented and creative Berlin-based Andras Bartos. He also works as an art and set director for  theatre, TV and Movies in Germany, Hungary and France. And he creates fantasticly and oddly cute sculptures too! In 2006 he opened a shop United Loneliness in Scheunenviertel in Berlin,  where you can buy canvas prints, cards and originals of his work.

Check out his work at his [official website] or the [webshop] for United Loneliness store where you can buy some of his canvas prints. In the real shop i Berlin they carry a much bigger assortment. The shop is located on Oranienburger Strasse 27 in the Scheunenviertel in Berlin Mitte. S-bahn stop S-Bahn Oranienburger Str. It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in Berlin.

Elisa Strozyk’s Genius Wooden Textile

Berlin born textile designer Elisa Strozyk has invented Woodentextile – wood designed and manipulated into textile properties; making it soft to the touch and flexible. The result is simply stunningl.


At her official website Strozyk says: “Wooden Textiles” is an approach to responsible thinking concerning lifecycles of products. The outcome is a material that is half wood-half textile, between hard and soft, challenging what can be expected from a material or category. It looks and smells familiar but feels strange, as it is able to move and form in unexpected ways.”

The bag “Maria Bonita” made of Woodentextile.

Bag Woodentextile

Together with fellow german artist and photographer Sebastian Neeb, Strozyk has also designed the beautiful Accordion Cabinet, a cabinet on long legs and with flexible walls and doors. It is made out of a combination of wood and textile.


Check Eliza Strozyk’s official website for more of her designs: www.elisastrozyk.de

Photos courtesy of Elisa Strozyk and Sebastian Neeb.
Photographer: Sebastian Neeb.