Photo: Graffiti symbolising friendship of Minsk and Moscow
A Russian painter known for his patriotic graffiti in Moscow has drawn it.
A graffiti symbolising friendship between Minsk and Moscow has appeared in Mahilyouskaya Street, 32 in Minsk.
The boy wearing an embroidery shirt is Belarus and the girl is Russia. The two states’ flags form a heart and there is an inscription in Russian – ‘Minsk and Moscow’.
Its author Artur Koshak works for the Russian company Novotek Art. The graffiti is dated for Moscow days in Minsk.
Artur Koshak is known for his graffiti of Minin and Pozharky near the Kremlin and for advertisements. For example, he painted the army of imperial troops for the opening night of Star Wars in Moscow.