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URBERLIN is now 1 year old and very alive. We are therefore still interested in welcoming new ideas that could help us to bring our company forward.
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Fashion & Lifestyle Blog 31.03.2011

Urberlin: Berliner Kunst als Mode

Der Trend zur Förderung einheimischer Produkte zeichnet sich bereits seit einiger Zeit mehr und mehr ab. Nun gibt es zusätzlich auch noch den Trend die Kunst und Künstler der eigenen Stadt in Mode zu übersetzen. Urberlin trägt Berliner Kunst aus seinen Ateliers raus auf die Straße und präsentiert so die Kunstszene einmal auf einer ganz anderen Plattform bzw. Leinwand. Das Label Urberlin designt Street Couture in limitierten Ausgaben und bringt so nicht nur tolle Mode hervor, sondern bietet den Berliner Künstlern auch ein wunderbares Werbemittel für ihre Arbeiten.

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ZDF - Volle Kanne 03.03.2011


On 03.03.2011, actor Steffen Wink (“Barfuss” and “Der Bibelcode”) appeared live with a URBERLIN T-shirt on the television show “Volle Kanne” (“Full Measure”) during ZDF's breakfast television.

Here is a link to the clip in ZDF's media library

blu January 2011 Issue, p. 82


From the streets for the streets – The fashion from the capital of Germany's street art scene is convincing from its concept alone: art from the facades of Berlin, printed on cloth and textile. “Street artists also earn from every article sold, because URBERLIN supports street artists – and I mean as fair partners,” explains Fatih of URBERLIN. blu loves the concept and the fashion, and we're not the only ones: even TV celebrities like Roy Peter Link (“Anna und die Liebe”) are supporters.

Michael Rädel.

FOCUS 2011 Issue, p. 108

Wer wie viel verdient

Presseberich in der Zeitschrift

Editor: Eike Hartmann-Wolff / Photographer: Gregor Hohenberg

DEUTSCHE WELLE - euromaxx 09.01.2011


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Street art and urban art are fresh, “in” and no longer loved only by youth; they're also loved by a vast majority of the urban population. Why? Street art epitomizes an urban feeling of freedom and has been marketed as art for some time - as a canvas displayed in galleries or even at home. Now artists from the scene are also increasingly discovering fashion..


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