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Russian Banksy Appears in Moscow
2.02.2012 12:04
Russian Banksy Appears in Moscow

British The Guardian and The Daily Mail, American The New York Times and French Le Figaro have published creations of the Russian Banksy - unknown Russian artist hiding under the nickname P183.
      Just like his British colleague, the Russian artist remains anonymous and does not show his face.
      The style of the Moscow artist is quite similar to that of Banksy. P183 emphasizes this succession, because his second nickname is Bankski.
      His works has been recently appearing in different corners of Moscow. The graffitist paints in places most typical for street artists: industrial sites, desolate buildings, bridges, fences, yards, school yards, and the underground.
      His creations are usually short-lived: Moscow authorities and yard keepers quickly destroy them. Therefore works by P183 can mostly be seen in photos only.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Banksy Street art Graffiti   

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