When I visited Berlin, I was shocked to see so much street art. I mean it’s literally everywhere. So I’m sorry to have missed this next museum because not only is it about street art, but it looks like a cool one. If anyone lives in a city, then you’re probably familiar with street art stickers, which usually cover street lamps and mailboxes. Usually this type of street art blends in with the scenery and they are usually forgotten or covered up. Well, a globally-known sticker company known as hatch opened a tiny Sticker Museum in the Friedrichshain district of Berlin in 2008 as a way to display one man’s personal collection of rare and unique street art stickers from the last thirty-something years. Oliver Baudach began preserving stickers he came across in 1983, eventually saving some 20,000 pieces from around the world. The museum displays around 6,000 items from his collection, most assembled together in wooden frames hanging on the wall. There is also a temporary exhibit space that focuses on a single street artist or style. And not surprisingly, each visitor gets a free sticker on admission. So remember, kids not all graffiti is temporary, some of it is safeguarded in museum collections for future generations.