The Colors of Berlin

All photos by Tessa Beck, who is currently studying abroad in Berlin, Germany. Captions displayed in order of photos.

  1. Graffiti artists are commissioned on rotation in many of Berlin’s public spaces.
  2. Quippy graphic design prying for the attention of foot traffic.
  3. Spotted in the Mitte neighborhood, the typical high-low mix of graffiti and posh
    rides.
  4. Otto Weidt’s WWII Jewish workers’ refuge factory now serves as a museum, book store and beer garden.
  5. Berlin’s excess of sights and sounds has only heightened in the warmth. Space to make is appreciated by both
    viewers and listeners, and the artists.

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