Light Rider ++ blitzTag — Night #1 Teaser


yo yoyoyoyooyoy yo

thanks for everyone for coming out.

here’s a quick photo doc of our event tonight… full video, etc coming soon, but we thought we’d drop you a quick teaser.




Light Rider Premier & BlitzTag Official Release


yo to the yoe’s …


As part of 48 Hours Neukölln – starting this Friday – Graffiti Research Lab Germany is premiering two new projects:

Light Rider, our mobile-powered audio-visual projection unit mounted on a cargo trike,
BlitzTag, the official release of our new projection software suite, with optional drawing modes from Laser, Kinect, & Smartphone input

(subject to change, dependent upon police interaction- follow our Twitter Feed for up-to-the-minute news)

Hermannplatz, SW Corner, Friday June 17th, 11pm ++

International Yarn Bombing Day

A shout-out to all our yarn bombing friends out there.  We celebrated the day with some local Berlin knitters, decorating the street architecture in Kreuzberg, close to Kottbusser Tor.

GRL Germany member C3MY even invented the ‘Yarn Bomb Throwie’ for the occasion … instructable to follow.  More Pics




Trike Construcion…

Our bike has arrived, and we’ve put it together…. work starts next week on modding.



Who wants to start a vegan ice cream delivery service !?!

Mobile Broadcast Unit aka the “Light Rider”

Following in the grand tradition of our sister cells in New York, Vienna, and Montreal, we have recently secured some funding to produce a Mobile Broadcast Unit – a Copenhagen-style, front-loaded cargo bike, outfitted with a deep cycle battery, power inverter, beamer, laptop, camera, and sound system with fm transmission.


This will allow us to do guerilla projection bombing anywhere in Berlin.

Anyone with interest and/or experience in bike modding and mobile power is welcome to contact us and become involved.

Once we have finished construction, we will be offering the MBU as an equipment grant to other artistic, social, and political groups for events (MayDay riots, anyone ??)


Thanks to the Berlin Chapter of the Awesome Foundation and KulturAmt Nuekölln for the support. We’ll make you proud!