When we talk about street art, we mainly refer to artists who choose city walls and use paint sprays or acrylics in order to create a small or large design. Eugenia Dudnikova from Russia just gave the genre of street art a new meaning by showing that public areas can be beautified a lot differently. She chose trees and acrylic paints for her project, which was concluded after their 5th painting. Her images look like pages from children’s books and they have a sense of melancholy, which is getting support from the gloomy backgrounds.
Spring in City Friazino
The Flood in the Cherry Garden in City Ramenskoe
Liberated in City Vyborg
Billiards. Augmented Reality in City Friazino
Fog in City Friazino
Weeping Willow Wire Tree Sculpture by Mark Golomb
A magnificent tree sculpture by an unknown Cuban artist