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Nomerz’ Street Art Brings Dilapidated Buildings to Life

Russian street artist Nomerz is attuned to his environment. He scouts out abandoned and broken-down locations in industrial cities across Russia, transforming buildings and objects into fantastical characters. Nomerz' art can be found in unexpected places; his works add a sense of joy and whimsy to the building's otherwise degraded exteriors. Nomerz cleverly manipulates his surroundings, creating site-specific works that respond to the architecture and various debris of his location. Take a look at some images and a video of his work after the jump, photos courtesy of Nomerz.

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia

Russian street artist Nomerz is attuned to his environment. He scouts out abandoned and broken-down locations in industrial cities across Russia, transforming buildings and objects into fantastical characters. Nomerz’ art can be found in unexpected places; his works add a sense of joy and whimsy to the building’s otherwise degraded exteriors. Nomerz cleverly manipulates his surroundings, creating site-specific works that respond to the architecture and various debris of his location. Take a look at some images and a video of his work below, photos courtesy of Nomerz.

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia

Perm, Russia

Collaboration with Pencil, St. Petersburg, Russia

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia

Collaboration with Atack, Чаво and Besss, Vyksa, Russia

Tula, Russia

Pikalevo, Russia

St. Petersburg, Russia

Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia

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