2011/06/26

8 times Berlin's FLASH (RMA-BMQ-GFA)

FLASH from Berlin, half German half Italian, belongs to the Third Generation of Berlin Writers. Which took over in Berlin in the mid 90'ties. It was the time when alot of the Berlin writers from the second generation went over to the hall of fames and leaved the Trains and Walls on the Trainlines alone. The Third Generation kept it hardcore and continued to the level, that the second generation had marked in Berlin. FLASH was one of them. His "Kool" and "Shok" pieces with the long bars influenced so many Writers, that it became like a Trend in Berlin, to paint one of those Names at least one time. I consider him to one of those guys, that have pure Style in their venes. His Pieces were ahead of their time, I think. His Influence on Berlin Style is tremendous for me. He's maybe, one of the most overlooked Berlin Writers. His influence is like similar to Phos4's influence on Berlin Style, i would say. Maybe the difference is only that people took it from Phos4 directly, while in the case of Flash, you had a lot of Writers in Berlin who had carrying his Ideas out and even out of Berlin. Mostly the Trainbombers took alot of his simple but genious Elements and ideas. In 2002-3 where the years i think, where you could see it clearly, that alot of Pieces on Berlin Trains started to have these long, naked, stiff bars and Elements. He also mastered the letter "F" for alot of Writers in whole Germany. Here were some Goodies from FLASH, found on Streetfiles.org. (For closer view, please click on the Images as ussual)

Flash,Mauerpark, Berlin, 1999

Flash, Mauerpark, Berlin, 1998

Flash,Mauerpark, Berlin, 1999

Flash,Mauerpark, Berlin, 1999

Flash,Mauerpark, Berlin, 1999


Flash, Görlitzer park, Berlin, 1999

Flash, Eastside Gallery, Berlin, 2004

Flash, Berlin 1996

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