Leaf the Train: An Intervention in the Subway

Their name fits Berlin’s quality of being a playground for grown-ups. Here you can try out all your crazy ideas and it doesn’t matter if you succeed or fail, it’s all about living it out. For the street art crew TOY this is true in the most literal sense.

Just last week we chuckled about their live intervention with an S-Bahn train that received some flower pots glued to their windows. And this week we received yet another, even more spectacular one: They filled up a wagon of the U-Bahn with Autumn leaves and played around in the fun mess. But how do you get dozens of huge garbage bags full of leaves into the train without being noticed? Their latest intervention video shows how it was done…

Here’s also their previous intervention with the flower pots:

Frank by
on November 16th, 2016
updated on November 16th, 2016
in Art, Videos
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One Response to “Leaf the Train: An Intervention in the Subway”

  1. Janno Says:

    And did they helped those fools (aka hard working for little money blue-collars) to clean this mess up? Probably not cause this kind of urban avant-garde doesn’t care for labour anymore. But being pissed when those people vote for hypocrites like Trump or AFD.
    Sorry, I don’t get it.

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