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Surreal Street Art from Eastern Europe (18 pieces)


We don't see much street art coming out of Eastern Europe, but these surreal street murals by Kiev-based Interesni Kazki rank up there with some of the best in the world.

“There is no street art scene in our country, says Waone and Aec, who make up the two man group. “[The] Ukrainian street art scene is represented by less than 5 people.”

“We can define our art as street art or muralism with graffiti roots. The working process by itself inspires me. The more I create, the more ideas I get,” says Waone.


Interesni Kazki's blog
interview via fatcap

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