Street Artists Cut The Abandoned Car Out Of Reality – Design You Trust

Street Artists Cut The Abandoned Car Out Of Reality

Yekaterinburg (Russia) based street art team Stenograffia ain’t happy with abandoned Soviet cars left by their owners all around the city. Having no regrets but spray cans and spare hands they decided to “cut off” old clutters from the streets in the way every designer will approve.

More info: Instagram, Behance (h/t: designcollector)

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