Pavel Puhov Implements Creative Anarchy into Dull Cities

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: Jan 30, 2012 • References: designyoutrust & zeutch
It seems Banksy isn’t the only system-rebelling artist that the world has given birth to; Pavel Puhov is a street artist whose works are striking from the inside as much as they are for the eyes. Any graffiti artist can paint a mural on a wall depicting a story or message, however, it takes a special skill to be able to implement elements of physical infrastructures in one’s street designs. It’s displays like those that are really remembered.

For example, Pavel Puhov uses a lamppost as a temple piece from a pair of glasses and draws the rest of the glasses on the ground; a design that demands an uncanny level of artistic ability coupled with a flair for understanding one’s environments. Pavel Puhov turns a regular security camera into an artillery weapon to unmask aggressive efforts by "the system" to keep an eye on the citizens as opposed to its more well-advertised, safety-ensuring principle.

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