5 Weird Siberian Art by Natasha Yudina

Weird Siberian Art by Natasha Yudina

Posted on April 19, 2017 by tim





Natasha Yudina is a young artist from a Siberian city Tomsk in Russia. She chooses fur and knitting over traditional canvas and brushes and in doing so she succeeds in delivering. Her works are pretty nice and you definetaly want to see some more besides this plush-furry Lenin head she is holding on her laps. Also she is blonde.




Here is a series of her knitted portraits – Putin among the Christmas sweatshirt deers, Yuri Gagarin etc.




Natasha seems being enjoying her works herself.



Here is that Lenin plush head again up close. True masterpiece, isn’t it?


Natalia is a professional artist. She graduated from Art college in her city.


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5 Responses to “Weird Siberian Art by Natasha Yudina”

  1. john dudley says:

    Beautiful woman, and very nice work.

  2. Douglas says:

    Basically this is modern Pop Art. It became fashionable in the 1960s and was often featured by American Artist Andy Warhol.

  3. sszzrr says:

    I am very fond of her rhather than her works of art.

  4. Samuel says:

    I like legs

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