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Moscow Graffiti
In the mid-1990s when the paint and tip-caps were hard to get, the first Moscow graffiti artists used shoe polish and filled the markers with brilliant green. Now Moscow has several operating graffiti stores selling aerosol cans of hundreds of colors and shades. Each year the capital hosts large-scale graffiti festivals covering both the town centre and the remote residential areas.
--10-09-2015--
SahArt and Graffiti Aid
The Krasnopresnenskiy sugar factory will accommodate the very first in Russia approved stage for street artists and graffiti writers. Graffiti Aid service is launched as a part of the Best City in the World festival.
--28-07-2013--


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Graffiti Festival Brings Together Moscow Street Artists in One Place
On June 25, the Cans & Friends graffiti art festival will be held at the Flacon Design Factory.
--25-06-2017--
Panopticon in Erarta: Art Exhibition of Christian Gemi
Erarta Museum of Modern Art in Saint Petersburg welcomes to a street art exhibition on New Year's vacations.
--07-01-2017--
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.
--17-11-2015--
Graffiti Based on Dmitry Prigovs Visual Poem
Visual poem by Dmitry Prigov, one of founders of Moscow conceptualism, has become graffiti in Moscow.
--19-11-2014--
Portraits of Russian Classics Painted on Moscow Houses
Artists from all over the world are painting portraits of Russian classics and fairy tale scenes on the walls of Moscow houses.
--04-11-2014--
Pre-Mongolian Graffiti Discovered in Veliky Novgorod
Scientists of the Archeology Institute, RAS have found ancient graffiti and frescos in St. George Monastery in Veliky Novgorod.
--23-07-2014--
KrasnodART: Painters Will Adorn Miserable Foresides
Krasnodar painters will draw a giraffe on the prop of Turgenev Bridge.
--16-05-2013--
Russian Banksy Street Artist Pasha P183 Passes Away
The graffiti artist Pasha P183 one of the best-known representatives of Russian street art nicknamed Russian Banksy in the West has died.
--02-04-2013--
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.
--02-02-2012--
Space Graffiti to be Drawn in Chelyabinsk
Chelyabinsk artists have decided to set a world record by drawing the worlds largest picture, with the area of 300 sq. meters.
--23-06-2011--





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