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Fire Extinguisher Train Graffiti Berlin

Fire Extinguisher Train Graffiti Berlin

You can see a lot of train graffiti in Berlin and I already saw the weirdest things like semi-automated train graffiti devices, other stuff and of course I know fire extinguisher graffiti and ink tank paintings, but I’ve never heard about people using fire extinguishers to paint their trains – until yesterday…

High Speed Train Graffiti

On my regular way through Berlin I had to wait at Ostkreuz for my train and was pleasantly surprised when that blue dripping babe entered the station. In my eyes this is definitely the next step of train graffiti, taking the fire extinguisher technique to another level! And it perfectly shows what more anti-graffiti cops and criminalization carry through:

For their passion, writers have to speed up what often results in more or less quick and dirty styles using just a few colors. Using fire extinguishers to create train graffiti is just another way to speed up the entire process – but it looks just great!

What you see here are some quick snapshots I was able to get using my phone. If you know more fire extinguisher train graffiti, or if you have more photos, write a comment and let me know!

Fire Extinguisher Train Graffiti Berlin
Fire Extinguisher Train Graffiti Berlin

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