Berlin Festival of Lights 2013

Berlin Festival of Lights 2013

Today marks the end of Berlin’s spectacular Festival of Lights, one of the city’s coolest annual events. Although the 12-day festival was marred by fairly rainy weather this year (that’s always a risk in October), we still managed to get some pretty cool shots. Potsdamer Platz, with its pop art projections, was the clear standout this year. Hotel de Rome’s classical art projections were also quite stunning. There seemed to be fewer animations and more still imagery on the buildings, which was a tiny bit of a disappointment. Don’t get lazy Berlin, get those animations ready for next year.

We’ve added eight additional images from this year’s festival to our Festival of Lights pictorial, so check it out.

5 responses to “Berlin Festival of Lights 2013”

  1. avatar Tony says:

    I waited for twenty minutes to get a shot of the giant lips scrolling across the building. 😉

  2. avatar Mark says:

    Wow this looks really good. This is every year? Do they change the lights?

    • avatar Tony says:

      Yes, the festival is every year, and they do change the projections each year. It’s a lot of fun, especially if the weather works with you.

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