Video: Petro & Slak For The Russian Street Art Museum

By - Thursday, August 1st, 2013

Check out these two new videos and productions by artists Petro and Slak, produced for the Russian Street Art Museum in an effort to preserve and display the work of street artists. Petro and Slack paint their work in what looks to be a warehouse environment. The buildings match the work of the artists, whose pieces have a geometric and mechanical aesthetic to them. It just goes to show yet again that whether on the street or in a gallery, street art is just as much about the setting as the art itself. The philanthropic efforts of whoever is behind the Street Art Museum is definitely appreciated by both the artists and the fans of street art worldwide, as it has allowed the likes of Petro and Slak to produce permanent works for all to enjoy. Photos: Petro & Slak

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