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Russian Street Artist "Deletes" Junk With Checkered Photoshop Graffiti

Russian Street Artist "Deletes" Junk With Checkered Photoshop Graffiti image

Russian Street Artist "Deletes" Junk With Checkered Photoshop Graffiti

According to Russian graffiti artist Stenografia, the best way to remove rusting junk from your yard is to Photoshop it out. And if you can't Photoshop it, why not cover it in the iconic Photoshop checkered pattern?

This project has trashy cars "disappearing" into oblivion as if they were cut out from a picture using the magic wand tool in Photoshop.

Rather than adding to the scene, Stenografia's 2D graffiti car removes visual information by covering them with the checkered pattern that has come to represent deletion in the photo-retouching world.

"In every second Russian yard there is a car, long forgotten by the owners," reads the English translation of Stenograffia's write-up for the piece. "Rusty and twisted, year after year, it goes through all the seasons and does not move, it becomes covered with snow and becomes home to those who do not have other options…"

"We decided to solve this problem on our own and cut out the old “Moskvich 412” in one courtyard, taking as a basis the well-known visualization of the transparency layer of the graphic editor “Photoshop”. …The visual effect is revealed from a certain angle, transforming volumetric objects into a flat layer of transparency."

Find more of Stenografia's work here.

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Via Design Collector

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