Russian Artist is Bringing Street Art to the Forest

Egeny Ches is an artist from Moscow, Russia who is trying to move graffiti art from the streets to a natural landscape. This is why he’s painting his artwork on transparent plastic in remote places such as forests.

Ches first started this experiment 8 years ago and the first animal he painted on a transparent plastic was a squirrel. He named this technique Cellograffiti.

The artist claims he’s making sure to leave the nature untouched, which is why he dismantles all of his creations and recycles the plastic.

“In our world, plastic is a big problem and a lot of animals suffer from plastic pollution caused by people but in my artwork animals and plastic exist together. I paint most of my artwork during the events or in the parks and later remove all the plastic wrap for recycling,” Ches explained to Bored Panda.

Take a look at Ches’ amazing artwork in the photos below and follow him on Instagram for more inspiration.

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