2 Days in Berlin
I love the Berlin Tattoo Convention! Even though every year its either freezing cold or boiling hot!
I was asked to do this piece over 2 days in Berlin at the convention a couple of years ago. Thankfully, the weather was great and the queue at Burgermeister wasn’t too long and spent a couple of days making this great piece of artwork on a really nice client and hanging out in the evening with friends.
Berlin’s nightlife has been celebrated as one of the most diverse and vibrant of its kind. In the 1970s and 80s the SO36 in Kreuzberg was a centre for punk music and culture. The SOUND and the Dschungel gained notoriety. Throughout the 1990s, people in their 20s from all over the world, particularly those in Westernand Central Europe, made Berlin’s club scene a premier nightlife venue.
After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, many historic buildings in Mitte, the former city centre of East Berlin, were illegally occupied and re-built by young squatters and became a fertile ground for underground and counterculture gatherings. Clubs are not required to close at a fixed time during the weekends, and many parties last well into the morning, or even all weekend. The Weekend Club near Alexanderplatz features a roof terrace that allows partying at night. Several venues have become a popular stage for the Neo-Burlesque scene.
Probably one of my favourite convention experiences ever.
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