After his participation at the group exhibition “Where viewable” in Moscow (here), Russian painter Petro went back to Zhukovsky (his hometown), south-east from Moscow where he painted this new mural entitled “Concentration”/”Сосредоточенность”.
This 11 x 3.2 meters wall is a true expression of a style that evokes the aesthetics of Russian Constructivism and Suprematism, being in this way in the avant-garde of the Russian graffiti movement, but never forgetting the letter based work. In fact, many of his pieces are based on his name, Petro.
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