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A 'Russian Banksy'... or as Shortlist say, 'Bankski' is pretty awesome. Here's just one of his works!

Is This Russia’s Bankski?

The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces - Telegraph

A 'Russian Banksy'... or as Shortlist say, 'Bankski' is pretty awesome. Here's just one of his works!

A 'Russian Banksy'. or as Shortlist say, 'Bankski' is pretty awesome.

Decaying Street Facades Turned Into Living Walls by Nikita Nomerz

Living Walls is a street art project initiated by artist Nikita Nomerz , from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod. According to Twisted Sifter, the graffiti and street artist seeks decaying buildings and paints them into living characters: â€

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It seems the famous UK street-artist Banksy has some major competition in Russia, as Nikita Nomerz turns old, dilapidated buildings into warm and friendly works of art.    Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/346077

Nikita Nomerz is a graffiti artist from Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia. He transforms enormous abandoned structures into giant portraits with his street art.

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gotstufff: “ GOT WALL FACES? Graffiti & street art from Russia. Some wall faces made by russian street artist Nomerz. Check his full collection via Street Files ”

Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz gives new life to lethargic structures

The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces

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The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces

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Russian Street Artist Nikita Nomerz' 'Living Faces' (PHOTOS)

'Living Faces' Take Over A Russian City

The Living Wall: Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz turns derelict buildings into faces Summertime in Vyksa Summertime in Vyksa - a work in progress Picture: Nikita Nomerz / Rex Features

Living walls by Nikita Nomerz

The most popular wall we shared in this incredibly placed mural by in (also featured in our book Concrete Canvas!) Happy New Year from Team GSA!

Nikita Nomerz

Is This Russia’s Bankski?

The Tower Man, Perm Nikita Nomerz is a graffiti and street artist from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod. In his series titled ‘Living Walls’, Nomerz brings derelict buildings to life with his whimsical characters.

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By Nikita Nomerz from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.  The Living Wall:  On the bank of the “Oka” river in the Nizhny Novgorod the project “Living walls” has been started in 2010 from the first street art object – “Big Brother”. Subsequently it was beginning of the new series of street works, which have a common idea of giving second life to old, an abandoned buildings

Graffiti artist Nikita Nomerz travels around Russia with a cool project called The Living Wall, where he brings old architectonical structures to life by painting playful human faces, eyes and hands on them.

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