By Using Cereals, Toilet Paper And Matches Russian Street Artist Makes An Installation That Urges People To Stay Calm – Design You Trust

By Using Cereals, Toilet Paper And Matches Russian Street Artist Makes An Installation That Urges People To Stay Calm

Probably there is a new problem worse than coronavirus itself, it’s people who spread the panic about the virus. Loketski, a street artist from St. Petersburg decided to calm them down in his own creative method. He made an installation “Stay calm!” made from the most demanded products these days. The artist used 4 kg of his own domestic reserves – cereals, toilet paper, matches.

More: Instagram

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

These Themed Christmas Trees Are Made From Old Magazines
American Artist Artist Makes A Portrait Of Donald Trump From Peaches
Mister Global Contestants Dress In Their National Costumes And Look Like Video Game Bosses
This Heartbreaking Sculpture Depicts The 82 Kids That Were Handed Over To The Nazis In The Town Of Lidice Back In 1942
Artist Shows Off His Incredible Paper Work Skills By Recreating Famous Pop Culture Characters
This Tube-Like Netted Structure Lets You Climb Through The Trees
1960s Space Age Toy Rocket Shoes Simulate Walking On The Moon
Artist Studies Psychoanalysis And Visualize The States Of The Subconscious In Her Bizarre Sculptures
Artist Re-Reading Damaged Images Of The Virgin Mary Transforming Them Into Icon Characters Of Pop Culture
Midge Hadley: The Super Rare Pregnant Barbie Doll
Chinese Artist Uses Colorful Paper To Warn Of Danger Of Guns
Hilarious Russian Village Ads For Hollywood Movies
A Well-Dressed LEGO Alien Xenomorph Prepares For A Day At The Office
Mike Rea’s Meticulously Crafted Wooden Sculptures Are A Film Nerd’s Heaven
College Student Makes Masks For The Deaf & Hard Of Hearing Community
Weirdly Wonderful Vintage Balaclava Knitting Patterns From the 1960s and 1970s
Stunning Diorama Table Features Pieces From Tabletop World
Bare Gruesome Fangs And More With Japanese Designer’s Awesome Creature Masks
Abandoned Floating Submarine Base PB-24. The Only One Located In Russia.
Bench To Bedroom: Urban Furniture Turned Homeless Shelters
52-Year-Old Filipino Driver Uses Aluminum Wires To Create Amazing Works Of Art
This Special Park In Ireland Is Filled With Statues That’ll Give You Nightmares
This Year Corso Zundert Flower Parade Had Some Crazy Detailed Flower Floats
BioVYZR: Upgrade Your Mask For Powered Air-Filtration N95 Protective Shield