The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

Russian houses inside are mostly grey and dull. People have nothing interesting to see there when they come back home.

An artist from Astrakhan Boris Chernichenko decided to change this situation and now the eight storey building where he lives looks so good inside!

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

The Place I Live At

So much work has been done!

Location:Astrakhan

8 thoughts on “The Place I Live At”

  1. Nice, now some some Dsquared wearing gopnik will move in, crack open a can of Jaguar and paint his door with the Adidas logo. Then leave the empty can in the hall for someone else to pick up. lol

      • Nice try but we’ve already seen photos of trashy Russian tenement stairwells with Adidas logo painted front doors. Right here on English Russia.

      • You seriously think you would see someone wearing Dquared or Adidas apparel or a can of some Jaguar in an American trailer park?!? More likely to find a “Bocephus” t-shirt and a bottle of Jack Daniels. Ole Cooter and JimBob would stomp a mudhole if anyone looking like that came in the park.

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