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Vermibus Ad Takeover in Berlin

Vermibus Ad Takeover in Berlin

As I already wrote, ad takeovers have a long tradition in the international street art scene, especially in Berlin.

Now, a guy called Vermibus took over some ad light boxes near Kottbuser Tor, Frankfurter Tor and Jannowitzbrücke in Berlin’s city and mutated the shown persons into some ugly, scary monsters! Looks like he used some kind of paint remover or buffing stuff to modify the advert posters…or maybe it’s just paint on the windows…not sure…

Check out the photos by Laura Colomé (right, that’s the lady who won the first prize of the Urbanartcore photo contest back in 2009), who photographed the temporary works before they could be removed:

Vermibus Ad Takeover in Berlin
Vermibus Ad Takeover in Berlin
Vermibus Ad Takeover in Berlin

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