Art Spotting: Ukranian Street Art by Interesni Kazki

Written by Ashley

Wild Art in Kiev

The city if Kiev is crawling with surrealist street art, via native artsy duo Interensi Kazki. They’ve transformed entire walls, sides of buildings, and plotted murals of epic proportions.

Whether re-inventing the Greek myth of King Sisyphus as a metaphor for capitalism on the side of a metropolitan Russian building or spray-painting trippy portraits of peasants on an abandoned barn in the Ukrainian countryside, the duo stays creative.

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