25 Top 10 Creepiest Graffiti of Pripyat

Top 10 Creepiest Graffiti of Pripyat

Posted on April 6, 2010 by team


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Graffiti in Pripyat is directly connected to the motive of the lost childhood and fear of the artists  painting the abandoned town. This place causes mingled feelings: interest from one side and pity from the other. Pity for those people who used to live here and especially children whose childhood was stolen. Here is top 10 of sad Pripyat graffiti.


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Lost childhood.

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Scream of a child.

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A lost kid.

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25 Responses to “Top 10 Creepiest Graffiti of Pripyat”

  1. Antonov says:

    FIRST.

    Sad by the way.

  2. CONNIE says:

    So much expression, sad and in a way beautiful. To remember what happen at Chernobyl is important.

  3. Testicules says:

    If those pictures don’t drive you to drink, I don’t know what will.

  4. chris says:

    very sad
    also thought provoking
    are not we so very lucky?

  5. chris says:

    poor you

    • party_pooper says:

      I hope he gets lost over there and becomes traces of human activity.

      • asdf says:

        It’s adding to something that should never be forgotten. It should not be punished, it should be used as a tool to educate about the past and remember what happened. What we ignore, we forget and that’s not dong any justice to those who suffered.

  6. x says:

    Some site claimed Banksy painted most of those but who knows.

  7. Renot says:

    Banksy had nothing to do with those paintings…few french and russian guys did a painting tour!

  8. Liza says:

    I was actually really impressed by the graffiti when I was living in Russia. In the US it’s messy tags or bubble letters – in Russia there were some really thought provoking stencil paintings.

  9. Unknown says:

    Sad picture…

  10. Ghoul says:

    I thought the same the first time I saw this “art” a few years ago. In any other city I would not mind but this is a special place. I plan on visiting someday and would love to paint over some of these stains.

    People also take stuff as souvenirs from apartments, schools etc. Wish people would just leave everything as the original inhabitants left them and just enjoy the scenery. It’s a time capsule like Pompeii and should be left alone.

  11. Mr Go says:

    The last woman looks like she is on marihuana and vodka or something, I dont know her face is weird.

  12. Swede says:

    This must be the work of those annoying Monoliths.

  13. Gaby says:

    They should become Rockers!!!

  14. hiwayhank says:

    I didn’t care for the silhouettes but liked alot the more represenitive works… As to the person who said it messed with his perceptions…desecrated a monument well there’s not enough of it there to intrude on perception….And to say NOT ALLOWED

  15. hiwayhank says:

    In the US you say we huff then paint? Hang your head in shame at your attitude or go get a government job so you can more effectively perpetuate your negative state of mind.

  16. Josie says:

    The guys who did the artwork are banned from the town now.

  17. Wildstyles says:

    Graffiti artists forum, check the photo gallery, competition and news. WildStyles is the community for the Hip Hop Nation.

  18. Yelena says:

    Very powerful paintings. They blend with the scenery and speak of the human tragedy that took place there.

  19. I can’t think about finding a better top 10 list.Thanks for sharing.

  20. Anna says:

    A lot of graffiti is just ugly and pointless vandalism, but this is meaningful, appropriate and powerful.

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