STORIES FROM A CITY#1
BERLIN

For the inaugural issue of Out Here we spent nine days in Berlin to document the people and places that make this city such a popular place to visit and live. Berlin is Germany’s capital, with 3.4 million residents, and for 28 years the city was divided by a wall, splitting east from west. The city’s landscape, the attitude of the people, and the sense of real community left us a little bit in love. Welcome to Out Here, the Berlin Issue.

 

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IRAQI EMBASSY

In 1974, the GDR built Iraq a dedicated Embassy building in Pankow, north-west Berlin. It now stands empty and abandoned.

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S.O.T

A tattoo crew that span Europe. Specialising in single needle ‘prison’ style, Ricaletto’s tattoos are crude, imaginative and charismatic.

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THE BUNKER

The Bunker, with its windowless facade and rusted steel doors, can be found looming in Berlin’s most central district Mitte.

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TAG CATALOGUE

It is very hard to find a spot of empty wall in Berlin. Wherever you look in Berlin there are tags, stickers, paste-ups, and stencils.

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STAN’S HEADQUARTER

Stan only cuts hair in a neo-Rockabilly style. He continues to use the same equipment and techniques he learnt with years ago.

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FOOD.

Berlin has plenty of great food to offer and we sampled as much as we could from across the city.

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CITY GUIDE

A collection of the places in Berlin that left an impression on us. Including a classic barbers and the last overground bunker in Berlin.

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JOURNAL

A snapshot of our adventures and escapades during our time shooting issue one in Berlin

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