Decaying Russian Buildings Transformed into Character Art

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

In his ongoing street art series “The Living Wall,” Russian artist Nikita Nomerz brings life to decrepit buildings in Russia by painting faces on them. Nomerz travels extensively around Russia and makes an effort to paint a character in each place he visits. He talks about his art in this interview with Global Street Art.

I paint in the street, in public spaces, but I do not position myself as an invader of the city or a destroyer. I position myself as a creator. With my street art work, I fill the urban emptiness. I am inspired by the process of painting, city, people, music, movies and art by other artists. All this is interesting: it pushes the creation of art works.

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

The Living Wall by NIkita Nomerz

via Telegraph, Global Street Art, Environmental Graffiti, Digg

Written by EDW Lynch

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