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    • Julia Oso.

      Big Skull art installation by Clemens Behr in Postbahnhof, Berlin, Germany

    • Jate Saitthiti

      installation works in public spaces by Clemens Behr

    • Miss Dahliabah

      "Working in multiple mediums Berlin based artist, Clemens Behr, truly stands out when he’s creating installations outside. The artist Uses a mix of both recycled and basic building materials to work in spaces." -

    • Lauba

      Clemens Behr - geometrical street art made out of paper boxes

    • RaveNectar

      Clemens Behr #streetart #art #dope #graffiti #sick

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