Assorted Russia, Part 6

Assorted Russia, Part 6

A new sculpture has recently appeared on the streets of Odessa. This is a fantastic horse created by Alexandre Milov, one of the best modern artists of this city. The only material used here is simple shoes.

Assorted Russia, Part 6

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This is one more Milov’s piece of art (on the left)

Assorted Russia, Part 6

Continue the topic of creativity… A paper office made by one talented Russian guy

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The whole process

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8 thoughts on “Assorted Russia, Part 6”

  1. Man can’t improve on visual art, that is, nature. The only worthwhile “art” man is good at is music, audio art. Paintings and sculpture are inferior to any nature scene.

  2. I really like those little paper people it reminds me of the farm and farm animals my old granny cut out for me to play with when I was a small child. The shoe sculpture is a great way to advertise shoes.

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