Robi the Dog

Robi the Dog – A post about the Swiss and his Street Art in Berlin

Robi the Dog is a Street Artist from Switzerland and about 38 years old. At the age of 16 years he started his career as an graffiti writer that lasted over 10 years. He slowly stopped doing graffiti when he got an Akai MPC. From this point on he started doing Hip Hop instrumentals, that can be found on Soundcloud. He started doing Street Art in the year 2006, since then his visual art is back on the streets.

Teddy - I hate this Game from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

Robi is working with multilayer stencils, sprayed on paste ups. He choosed that way of working because he is traveling a lot and it is easy to transport a few stencils via train and it is also easy to transport a message through stencil works. Robi´s works are usually very colourful. Robi tries to show everyday situations from a new point of view, especially from an absurd one, in a way Robi is trying to reflect the society with a lot of sarcasm and wants to bring things into question in a funny way. (Take the Frog in the plain as an example, do frogs really like to jump?!)

Street Artist Robi the Dig in Berlin: Stencil of a Baby: I hate Teddys

 

I hate this game by Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Sumo RInger by Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Death Angel from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

Teddy - I hate that Game from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

I wanna be a Pilot from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Skull from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Hippo - The Streets are ours from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Turtle from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

Wheelchair from Street Artist Robi the Dog in Berlin

 

 

Robi the Dog on Facebook

Robi the Dog on Flickr

Our Flickr set of Robi the Dog

 

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