Street Artist Burned the “Future” – Design You Trust

Street Artist Burned the “Future”

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Timofei Radya (previously featured), a street artist from Yekaterinburg, created a new art project. He set fire to huge letters of the word “FUTURE” in a field.

“For me, the main impression of the events of recent months is how quickly the image of the future disappeared. How quickly it dissolved and disappeared. Hopes turned out to be illusions, but they were also gone, leaving a clear horizon,” said Timofei Radya.

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