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1 Soviet girl draws her Soviet Childhood

Soviet girl draws her Soviet Childhood

Posted on August 17, 2017 by tim


From her birth until her fifteenth birthday Zoya lived in Kiev, USSR, and while living there she was taking art classes, so she developed artistic skills. Then she left for Israel and continued taking art classes there. Then, some years after, she decided to put her memories onto paper. She used her art skills to draw all her childhood memories – all as she remembered them before she left the USSR. Her works are a true time machine for all people who remember USSR and grew up there during that time.

 

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One Response to “Soviet girl draws her Soviet Childhood”

  1. Douglas says:

    I notice the kitchen is used as a bedroom. Most living rooms were used as a bedroom. The concept is that all the rooms have several uses…no rooms are wasted. Newer flats in 2017 are more spacious. The new concept is that if you’re paying for the flat….it should be more like a flat in America or Europe..

    Of course thousands of old Khrushchyovka flats are still in use and will be for a long time into the future.

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