A casual stroll through Gorky Park in Moscow ended awkwardly. The street artist Slinkachu arranged this accident--at least, that's what I suspect really happened. He writes:
Over the past couple of years I have travelled to many other cities around the world, abandoning my little people on the way, and what struck me most is how similar modern cities are, no matter where they are or what their size. You can stand on the street corner of modern Beijing and if it weren’t for the signs, you could be in Moscow or London or Paris. And as cities become more similar and the world becomes smaller, our problems become the same too.