Probably "Matreshka" is the most famous Russian thing - it's a wooden doll that has another smaller doll inside which also carries smaller one and this can extend up to 30 smaller and smaller dolls until reaching the smallest tiny doll thingie. They are usually painted in accordance with Russian tradition,
like on the photo above. But these day design studio ArtLebedev.ru has expressed another view on Matreshkas - no using one of their products you can memorize the data measurement units. The biggest doll is called Terabyte and the smallest is... ugh, what's there, smaller than a byte?
In our recent publications we already told, that russians like to make internet stars from amusing or extraordinary people seen in mass communication media. In such a way appeared Chumazik, a drunken factory worker, and his
brother Glazastik or a Big-Eyed Guy. Now Russian Internet users made photoshopped art-pack from the news program Vremia (Time), which is very popular in Russia and have been in TV broadcast for many years.
This is the one of the most widely distributed models of Lada (Vaz-2105), produced in the Soviet Union and during the early years of post-soviet Russia (1980-1992). It still can be found on Russian roads, and some of them are good enough to
be tuned. For example this one, on the pictures below, resembles in some way the vehicle from the "Ghost Rider" movie. See also: Some Russian tuning. ZAZ Invalidka SZD. Some history and tuning Snow Tuning