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This new mural by Waone from the art duo Interesni Kazki is part of a diptych started by the artist back in January this year in India (covered) being Time For Change the second part of  this project.
Covering almost 150 square meters Time For Change  took almost a month to complete and is Volodymyr Manzhos’, his real name, most ambitious project to date.
Working at the wall every day from 10 am to 18pm with just a short break for lunch,Waone invested both time and energy in a piece that hopefully will give the people of Kiev something to identify with at the same time that it highlights his own vision on the recent events in Ukraine.  Countless details and allegories make of this mural an open book that addresses a story of war and manipulation in a subtle way.

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"Novus ordo seclorum" RIP | Mural painting detail ‪

“Novus ordo seclorum” RIP | Mural painting detail ‪

"Mission failed" mural painting detail

“Mission failed” mural painting detail

 

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Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Photo © Eugene Time

Fran

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Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.