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.

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