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Russia's Highest Graffiti House is in St. Petersburg
14.11.2015 14:07
Russia's Highest Graffiti House is in St. Petersburg

A few residential houses have been decorated with graffity in the Primorsky District of Saint Petersbug.

      It turned out to be not just beautiful but also unprecedented: one of the graffitis has broken the all-Russian record in graffiti size.

      With active assistance of the Street Art Museum the housing estate Graffiti has been wonderfully transformed. Now it is perfectly in line with its name: the house walls are painted in bright colours.

      The colourful pictures were created in various techniques by the Russian graffiti artists, namely Akue, Adno, Petro and Slak. Altogether they created five objects.

      The abstract composition on the facade of a 24-storeyed house has broken a record in regards of the height of wall paintings in Russia. With the height of 75 meters the overall area of the painting makes 510 square meters.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Graffiti Street Art Saint Petersburg   

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