Chernobyl ghosts in graffiti

Yesterday, April 26th, the Chernobyl nuclear disaster completed 25 years. Having in mind the anniversary of the biggest nuclear catastrophe the world has ever seen, the ukrainian photographer Alex Cheban came back to the abandoned areas e registered some images of graffitis spread around the walls. A lot of them has a very dark sense…

We are not your mother!

Your mother probably adores everything you create, right? Not a big deal, since it’s a real fact for most creative people from all over the world. Based on this universal truth, the professionals at Leo Burnett Ukraine developed this amusing – and a bit scary – campaign for the ADC*UA Awards, highlighting the strict criteria…

Surreal street art

Do you remember Interesni Kaszki, a Ukrainian street art duo featured at our site some time ago? Now we’ll show the work of one of their fellow countrymen, graffiti artist Kislow, who have painted murals with them. Following the surreal line of work of his partners, Kislow creates works filled with strong colors and bizarre…

Urban art from Eastern Europe

When it comes to urban and street art, we find lots of strong and remarkable references from Brazil, USA and Europe. In this scenario, some parts of Eastern Europe end up relegated to a second plan, but not for lack of information: according to the Ukrainian collective Interesni Kazki, of artists Waone and Aec, the…