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KrasnodART: Painters Will Adorn Miserable Foresides
16.05.2013 17:26
KrasnodART: Painters Will Adorn Miserable Foresides
(Source: http://www.yuga.ru)

Krasnodar mayor has given start to the new project that is called “KrasnodART”. The authorities of regional center will choose free surfaces on buildings and constructions in different parts of the city, and street painters that work in the directions of graffiti and street art will ornament them. It will allow to adorn miserable foresides and walls of the buildings, and other decay surfaces in the city, and will give an opportunity for street painters to make a claim about themselves, realize their ideas, work together on street paintings.


      

The project implimentation will start from one of the props of Turgenev Bridge in the capital of Kuban, where stairs for pedestrians are tooled out. A gigantic giraffe will be painted there.

       




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Krasnodar graffiti KrasnodART   

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