Berlin Diary: TONA @ kotton.de

     |    Friday, der 8. April 2011

Walking across the bridge from Friedrichshain to Kreuzberg, a few round, black and white stickers caught my eye. Their target-like form drew me in. Around the edge I read:  kotton.de. Kotton.de is a shop selling ’sweatshop-free’ t-shirts, some with designs by the street artist TONA. BINGO! The nice folks at kotton.de gave me a few 

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Berlin Diary

     |    Wednesday, der 23. March 2011

This haunting piece at Görlitzer Bahnhof is seen by hundreds of people a day. I first noticed it on Monday morning. It is impossible to miss. As you walk up the steps to reach the subway platforms, you are confronted by this young child crouching close to the ground, arms wrapped about his small body, 

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Berlin Diary: Seeing Coffee

     |    Monday, der 11. October 2010

  Xhiller visited the Stroke 03 market for Urban Art at Gleisdreieck but was most taken by a one-person anonymous exhibition that was held in the Gleisdreieck U-Bahn station. It consisited on this one piece. Coffee.           Deeper into the station, down the stepson the way to the Stroke.03 exhibition hall, 

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