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Urban Art Recap, August 2011

As I already explained in the urban art recap for July, I’m going to regularly feature the five top posts for every month in a special recap post. This are the most popular posts in August 2011:

  1. Graffiti Wars: Banksy vs. Robbo
    British Channel4 broadcasted Graffiti Wars, a documentary about the clash between graffiti and street art by analyzing the King Robbo vs. Banksy battle in and around London. Unfortunately the content mafia interfered broadcasting on Youtube or Vimeo…
  2. Banksy’s Antics Roadshow
    The Antics Roadshow is a hour-long special which charts the history of behaving badly in public. A must to see for every urban intervention fan or guerilla art enthusiast!
  3. Shepard Fairey Mural, Copenhagen
    Popular urban artist Shepard Fairey created a new and controversial mural in the Danish capital!
  4. Abandoned Places in Berlin
    Berlin is well-known for its abandoned areas and decayed factories. I collected some info about the the most popular places.
  5. Berlin Wall Freedom Park
    In memory of the Berlin Wall building up 50 years ago, the Berlin Wall Freedom Park was created by some famous urban artist in Berlin!
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It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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