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Spotted

Written on 09/29/2011 /// 5,866 × read /// No comments yet

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Hogga just sent me a link from a website in Frankfurt: “Stadtkindffm.wordpress.com”.
They photographed some of our paste ups in Frankfurts streets. What a nice morning surprise.
Slurg&Hogga
Slurg&Hogga
Slurg&Hogga

Slurg&Holm a collaboration

Written on 04/22/2011 /// 7,490 × read /// No comments yet

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A city walk through the early summerly Hamburg together with Holm
Finaly the Bathtubsafari collaboration is hanging outside too!
Slurg&HolmPssst… if you would like a screenprinted Version of the Bathtub safari, check out the Slurgshop here.
Slurg&Holm
Slurg&Holm
Left:Holm / Right:Slurg
Slurg
G-Slurg!
Slurg&Holm
Sometimes we are drawing strange things too… things like 2 naked people grown together zipping limonade out of one glas while showing their stomic tatoos…wtf.
Slurg

See more pics on Flickr after the click.

Slurg@Cologne

Written on 10/07/2010 /// 4,951 × read /// 2 Comments

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Following a few paperpastes which i have taken pictures of when i was in cologne last week.




Slurg & dust sticker collaboration. Random “hartz IV” stickerbox thing.

Slurg & dust sticker collaboration

Illegalery pt. 7

Written on 04/18/2010 /// 25,429 × read /// One Comment

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Hamburgs streetart activists invite you to the Illegalery part 7.
The event takes place at the Shanghaiallee
(between Versmannstraße and Steinschanze, at the Harbourcity Hamburg)
Link to the place. (looks different now)
You should definetely check that out, if you´re in Hamburg right now.

Featured: ASA crew, Quasikunst, Tona, The Doors, Slurg, CupK …and many more.


This is a collaboration piece called “Bathtub Safari” with Holm! Click picture to enlarge.


You can find much more pictures here (flickrstream BILDPIXEL), here (TONA Blogspot) and here (Flickrstream TXMX).

Slurg in Toronto, aka the no-collaboration-collaboration pt.2

Written on 09/22/2009 /// 4,002 × read /// No comments yet

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The size of this city is just identifiable if you try to walk from one end downton to the other. Well, It was a nice walk, and yes, the city is huge






…more pics on my new     flickr.