An Evergreen “Magnet Wall” Growing in Urban Spree

The organic nature of art in the streets characterizes the experience in many parts of the city of Berlin – the true roots of D.I.Y. still very much in full effect.

Paste Up/Magnet Wall. Urban Spree, Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

The 1700 square meter artistic space named Urban Spree typifies the unrelenting energy that Berliners invest in the scene, thanks to this compound dedicated to urban culture and subcultures. The multichannel event space in the Friedrichshain district features artist residencies, DIY workshops, exhibitions, concerts, and beer. It’s also slaughtered from top to bottom with aerosol, bucket paint, wheat-pastes, and stickers.

Paste Up/Magnet Wall. Urban Spree, Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

This is a shot of adrenaline that you’ll experience from one large wall at Urban Spree that is completely covered with the cacophony of the moment, an “organic wall” or “magnet wall” boasting hundreds of voices and views all at once; soon to be covered, and recovered with the visual Vox Populi.

Paste Up/Magnet Wall. Urban Spree, Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
Paste Up/Magnet Wall. Urban Spree, Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
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