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Awesome Street Art by Nikita Nomerz

admin · juni 15, 2016 · Art, Artist, Ikke-kategoriseret, People · 0 comments

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“Be yourself; everyone
else is already taken.”

- Oscar Wilde

Nomerz, a native of Nizhny Novgorod in Western Russia, has, for the last five years or so, been travelling the lesser-known parts of Russia using his unique vision and talents to make street art statements on dilapidated and abandoned buildings.The elusive young artist, about whom little is known, calls his work “the Living Walls” as he breathes life into dying edifices. However there is more to be seen within his work – wry visual comments abound.

living-wall-street-art-nomerz-7Others feature huge eyes, almost a ‘Big Brother” aspect of the people being watched.Many of these buildings become monsters with gaping mouths lined with teeth, not level and shining white, but misshaped and uneven, warning of what might befall anyone entering.

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