“Photoshop Installation” as a Part of an Annual Russian Street Art

As a part of the Stenograffia street art and graffiti festival in Russia, a collaborative of musicians worked to make an incredible illusion that seems to “divert” a selection of graffiti by a little automobile and garbage dumpster. With the assistance of a projector, the group painted the familiar white and gray checker grid.

Titled CTRL+X, this checkered piece is a reference to a keyboard command in Photoshop that deletes a selection. To create a clever illusion, the artists first covered the dumpster and car with white paint. They then projected a pattern onto the objects from a specific angle from which the illusion is supposed to be seen. Creatives used the projection as guidelines to mask off the white checkers with tape and then spray paint everything else gray.

This type of installation was also a creative way of addressing “garbage” in the country. Therefore, check out the result and work in progress in the gallery below!

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Truth be told, writers take the time and utmost precision to describe their characters. Of course, their readers must have an exact mental image in their head rather than have them imagining and guessing what the character looks like. It’s a part of writing that is useful for the audience.

However, when movie industries read novels, they’ll most often ditch these descriptions to the trash and deem them unnecessary. They would just often go with the actor that would go well with the character, disregarding how the author wanted their character to be. And that’s where the artist Ivan Rebikow comes in. Below, he reimagined 5 Lord of the Rings characters based on Tolkien’s descriptions in the books. Scroll down below and see how much has changed!

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Sauron

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Sauron in the movie

Sauron is the primary antagonist of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, where he rules the land of Mordor and has the ambition of ruling the whole of Middle-earth.

Frodo

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Frodo in the movie

Frodo Baggins is one of the protagonists in The Lord of the Rings. He is a hobbit of the Shire who inherits the One Ring from his cousin and undertakes the quest to destroy it in the fires of Mount Doom in Mordor.

Gandalf

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Gandalf in the movie

Gandalf, later known as Gandalf the White, and originally named Olórin, is a protagonist in J. R. R. Tolkien’s novels The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

He is an Istar (Wizard) and the leader of the Fellowship of the Ring.

Gimli

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Gimli in the movie

Gimli is a Dwarf of the House of Durin and a member of the Fellowship of the Ring. He is a dwarf warrior, the son of Glóin, who fought alongside Elves in the War of the Ring against Sauron at the end of the Third Age.

Balrog

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Balrog in the movie

A Balrog is a powerful demonic monster in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth.




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