Street Artist Uses Plastic Wrap To Paint Giant Animals In The Forest

Evgeny Ches is a graffiti and contemporary artist from Moscow, Russia.

Inspired by the work of French artists Kanos and Astro, Evgeny uses a technique he calls CelloGraff, where he stretches cellophane around two trees, to spray paint his murals onto the plastic wrap.

His latest installation occurred deep in a Moscow forest, and here are the images. Let us know your favorites!

  1. Graffiti artist uses a technique called CelloGraff to create life-like animal murals on plastic wrap in the forest.


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  4. By not painting backgrounds, Ches’s graffiti animals appear to fit into the natural environment.


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  7. Watch Ches create his Cellograffiti Dinosaur, and learn how you can create your own CelloGraff art.




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