These Living Walls by Nikita Nomerz Give Life to Decaying Structures

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 14, 2012 • References: nomerz-art.livejournal & freshome
Turning decaying street facades Into personality filled structures, Nikita Nomerz breathes life into run down urban environments with 'Living Walls.' The street art project is a movement started by the Russian artist, who features his charming work in his city of
Nizhniy Novgorod.

Seeking decaying buildings, the graffiti artist paints run-down structures, turning them into living characters. Playing with space and objects, Nomerz gives abandoned buildings eyes and other features, often using their existing flaws to further his inspiration. Turning window frames into glasses and broken bricks into teeth, this quirky project gives decaying buildings a distinguished and elderly human appearance.

Filling his small town with plenty of personality, the 'Living Walls' by Nikita Nomerz art project transforms old architecture, turning buildings into a cast of colorful characters. Stats for Personality Filled Facades Trending: Older & Warm
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