Artist Collective Creates Dreamlike Collages Related To Digital & Post-Modern Russian Existentialism

Andrei Kochergin, Eugene Zubkov, Victor Mogilat, Lev Pereulkov and “Gentlemen of Luck”, a group of Russian artists, created a collaborative art project called MXD that turns ordinary life in Russia into a parallel post-modern reality.

Also, from Stranger Things and Mr. Robot to classic painting masterpieces, the group seamlessly Photoshop the fiction characters into real world photos of Russia and the result is pretty cool!

More info: MXD, Instagram, Telegram

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