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Cellograffiti by Ches

(Image credit: Ches)

Russian graffiti artist Evgeny Ches discovered other artists doing a new urban art form called "cellograffiti," in which the subject is painted on industrial-strength cellophane stretched between two poles or columns. Part of the art is transparent, and the finished product doesn't affect anyone's walls. Ches took the idea a step further -into the woods!

I started to do Cellograffiti in the nature. First I did fonts compositions and then I began to do experiments with animals. The mix of natural colors with its pure beauty and graffiti works looks amazing! (And of course I remove cellophane after few days into the trash) Creating art on cellophane is a very interesting innovation which allows you to paint in the most unique places and generate picturesque photos. (Ches)

@cellograffiti

A post shared by Evgeny Ches (@ches_ches) on Feb 6, 2015 at 12:07am PST

These paintings are of creatures who would be at home in the setting, but aren't normally seen in a Russian forest, like 6-foot squirrels, chimpanzees, and dinosaurs.

Squrell

A post shared by Evgeny Ches (@ches_ches) on Aug 7, 2014 at 10:50am PDT

See more of Ches' work at Facebook and Instagram.  -via Buzzfeed


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