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Russian artist Vladimir Abikh decided to revive this tradition of putting faces on facades, which was popular in 18th century Russia. He puts his gypsum snapshot on St. Petersburg's buildings, without hiding the fact that egoism is often an artist's main driving force.
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“Large-scale historical layers, preceding the post-industrial era, have given way to Instagram history.”
According to the artist, the best possible route to immortality is by imitation and leaving a face on a city’s architectural ensemble.
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