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Moscow. New work of Zoom

This time Zoom has transformed sadly sticking out pipe near Mayakovskaya metro station into a mop. As you correctly guessed already, a hero, holding it, is Chief from Ken Kesey’s novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, that was later filmed by Milos Forman. In the film Chief was played by Will Sampson, a full-blooded Muscogee, from the Creek People.

If you haven’t seen the film, watch it necessarily.

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Moscow. Zoom’s street-art at Lyusinovskaya, 57

I’ve taken a new work of Zoom today – a banner with a scene from “Devchata” movie (without the main character, actually). It is hanging on a billboard near the abandoned cinema “Pravda” (“Tulskaya” metro station). I remember watching movies there about 25 years ago… This is the 31st work of Zoom I’ve taken photos of.

Moscow. Zoom’s street-art at Lyusinovskaya, 57

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Moscow. For the homeland without Stalin, the graffiti by Zoom

I don’t really like when the art is mixed with politics and I never photograph such works. But I’ve made an exception for Zoom. This is his new work that appeared at “Polyanka” in Moscow the other day.

Stalin is a long and tedious subject for discussion and, unfortunately, the one, which cannot be discussed adequately. Anger, abuse, threats and insults show up in the discussion immediately. People acting like this, remind zombies or robots, having a single program.

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Moscow. New graffiti reservation at Kuzminki

Legal Moscow street-art is having bad times now. Big and quality works are being created rarely, only some uninteresting agitation (including political ones) appear instead of them. I want neither to picture them, nor to even look at them. Illegal one feels a bit better, but also doesn’t gush with new works. Maybe that’s because of winter. Only Zoom, who’s already become famous, works permanently and shows us inexhaustible fantasy, and some other artists. A new graffiti reservation has appeared in Kuzminki recently. A big part of it, actually. This is a single, but very big work by Alex214: a metro train.

1. Garages turned into the train. What an interesting and simple idea!

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