By The Denver Egotist / / We’re uncertain of the exact process used to prepare the canvas (the text is in Russian), but it’s clear from these photos how Russian street artist Timofey Radya achieves the end result of his art – by throwing a molotov cocktail at it and setting it on fire. The resulting work is then mounted on the exterior of windows in a bombed out building. Only in Russia. More pics here.
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