Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz not only creates art, but he uses it to manipulate the world around him. He’s the creative wizard behind the following graffiti artworks – rather than using unreadable fonts or lazy stencils he actually transforms every day buildings into giant and often creepy characters.
He carefully tailors his work around the structure of the building or object itself, fusing them seamlessly together. Dull landmarks become scary & studious faces, blank walls are blasted with colour and local chimney’s are given a whole new perspective.
In an interview with The Telegraph, he goes on to say:
“I started in school with classic hip hop graffiti but became more interested in street art and began all sorts of experiments. Now basically I like to play with space and objects. I am inspired by the place itself. I love watching the city and finding an interesting point. Usually I do not spend so much time to create one work, sometimes less than an hour. But it all depends on the size of the object and my ideas.”
You can see more of his remarkable ongoing work via his official site