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evgeny ches takes graffiti to the wild outdoors

we’ve seen it on the side of buildings. on the side of trains. at bus stops. just about every surface that a city could throw up. a graffiti artist would turn into his or her canvas. this made it a form of art that was restricted to the urban landscape.

but then there are a few who like to break out of the box that was inside another box. that artist here is russian graffiti artist – evgeny ches.

he has this unique style of creating a canvas for himself. a technique that is low cost yet gives the artwork an interesting texture. a form of art he calls cellograffiti. he says that the reason he does this is simple. he doesn’t want to paint on walls.

here are a few artworks, in which he has painted animals in a forest. you can follow his work on his website or on his facebook and instagram pages.

street art, russian graffiti artist, graffiti art, graffiti artist, animal paintings, wildlife paintings

image courtesy: evgeny ches

street art, russian graffiti artist, graffiti art, graffiti artist, animal paintings, wildlife paintings

image courtesy: evgeny ches

street art, russian graffiti artist, graffiti art, graffiti artist, animal paintings, wildlife paintings

image courtesy: evgeny ches

street art, russian graffiti artist, graffiti art, graffiti artist, animal paintings, wildlife paintings

image courtesy: evgeny ches

street art, russian graffiti artist, graffiti art, graffiti artist, animal paintings, wildlife paintings

image courtesy: evgeny ches

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