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Best Artists of the Russian Street Art
June 8, 2012 12:59

(Tak Nado) - the group of artists from Novosibirsk. Their most well-known works are cans of condensed milk and Campbell's.


Pavel Pukhov P183 - became famous after The Guardian, Daily mail and Telegraph asked him for interview and made articles about him. Pavel is often called "The Russian Bansky" (though he is not very happy about this nickname)


Timofey Radya - an artist from Yekaterinburg. He is famous for his acute social themes, interesting ideas and really big slogans on the city's buildings. And his series on soldiers' portraits made by fire are appreciate by street artists from around the world.


"Brace Yourself"

Nikita Nomerz lives in Nizhny Novgorod and makes the city's old buildings look a bit more interesting and "alive". His works were included to the top-100 of best street art 2011.


Zhenya 0331c - young street artist from Moscow, likes to draw on unusual surfaces, such as wells and cisterns.


Zak Club - a creative group, draw original ideas and some great advertisement as well, take part in art exhibitions.


Slava PTRK - scandalous street artist, was an author of "Patriarch-Moneybox", which made him famous among young opposition activists.



"It is happiness to come back home"

Max13 - an artist and desinger from Ivanovo. Strange broken faces are his identification marks of some kind.


Roma REMO - an artist from Serpukhov (Moscow region), makes great portraits looking like stained-glass.


Sources: adme.ru (1), (2)
Julia Alieva


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian culture Russian art street art Russian cities Russian artists 

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