Artist Imagines What Russian Skies Would Look If They Were In 8-Bit

A Russian artist turns typical Russian landscapes into 8-bit art. Here are some of their works. He calls the project “8-bit Skies” over Russia. “The broken pixel” community decided to fantasize a bit, and this is what happened…

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