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Moscow Artist Ches Takes Graffiti Into The Woods With Cellograffiti

What do you understand about graffiti? Beautiful drawings and/or typography usually spray painted on walls (or even trains) illicitly and they are usually part of today’s urban culture? At least, that’s our perception so far, but as it turns out, graffiti can be non-illicit (and non-destructive) and it can also happen beyond our urban settings, like in the forest. Wait, what? It can? Apparently, it is totally possible because, cellophane, AKA shrink-wrap. Thanks to this thin, cellulose transparent sheet that’s usually use for binding loose goods (or keep food fresh at home), Moscow artist Evgeny Ches can take his love for graffiti into the woods. Continue reading Moscow Artist Ches Takes Graffiti Into The Woods With Cellograffiti