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Place Details

Grino graffiti

For example, the walls of the technical room in Maryina Roshcha depict a chain of people in strange surreal costumes who push each other through the walls — the composition occupies all four sides of the booth. As in all his works, this Grino combines fabulous, mythical motifs with a very realistic choice of characters.

Vasily Grino is from Belarus, but this country still has strict laws on graffiti, so some time ago he moved to Moscow. If you see street art paintings that resemble Bosch, they may belong to him.

For example, the walls of the technical room in Maryina Roshcha depict a chain of people in strange surreal costumes who push each other through the walls — the composition occupies all four sides of the booth. As in all his works, this Grino combines fabulous, mythical motifs with a very realistic choice of characters.

Vasily Grino is from Belarus, but this country still has strict laws on graffiti, so some time ago he moved to Moscow. If you see street art paintings that resemble Bosch, they may belong to him.

For example, the walls of the technical room in Maryina Roshcha depict a chain of people in strange surreal costumes who push each other through the walls — the composition occupies all four sides of the booth. As in all his works, this Grino combines fabulous, mythical motifs with a very realistic choice of characters.

Vasily Grino is from Belarus, but this country still has strict laws on graffiti, so some time ago he moved to Moscow. If you see street art paintings that resemble Bosch, they may belong to him.

Address

st. Soviet Army, 17, building 1

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/graffiti-grino/

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