Seen emblazoned on the facet of buildings and bridges or attracting the attention at avenue corners in cities across the world, graffiti is most frequently related to the city atmosphere. One artist, nonetheless, is providing his personal tackle the artwork type, by utilizing shrink wrap to create a collection of items on shrink wrap within the woods round Moscow.
Created by Evgeny Ches, the undertaking started in 2012 when the Moscow-based artist started experimenting with completely different methods, supplies and surfaces. By pulling plastic wrap tightly round anchoring factors, typically two timber, Evgeny applies spray paint to it with the intention to create distinctive items somewhere else, resembling his first piece which featured the picture of a giant squirrel. Called Cellograffiti, the thought was first shaped by French artists Kanos and Astro in 2006.
“It is a simple way to create a wall in a place where I need it, and it’s transparent, so the painting looks very interesting in places. It’s a little more difficult than painting on a normal wall. For example, if you want the background to stay transparent you can’t make any mistakes when you create lines with the spray can,” Evgeny advised Lonely Planet Travel News.
So far, Evgeny has created quite a lot of completely different items in and round Moscow, together with a roaring polar bear and a dinosaur within the woods and a big rat in entrance of a constructing, in addition to a collection of vibrant tags and lettering. He additionally travelled to Bali, Indonesia with the intention to do work for the collection.
“The mix of natural colours and pure beauty with graffiti looks amazing. Creating art in this way is a very interesting innovation, and of course, I remove the cellophane after a few days and dispose of it,” Evgeny mentioned. As effectively as creating Cellograffiti, Evgeny additionally does extra conventional items in city areas round Moscow.
More of his work is obtainable at his official web site.