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A huge flamingo
Ukraine

In 2012, for residents of Donetsk was presented with a gift in the form of a 25-meter drawing graffiti in the city center.

Above the picture a group of artists working "Good people", which includes Grebenuk Alexander, Alexander Pryanichnikov and Andrei Kravchenko.

Artists on weekdays had to work at night and on weekends - in the afternoon. The result - a lovely cheerful lightweight design that catches the eye of all!

Copyright: Ukraine
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Resolution: 9000x4500
Uploaded: 28/04/2013
Updated: 04/04/2014
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Tags: huge; flamingo; граффии фламинго; фламинго донецк; Добрые люди; graffiti flamingo; flamingos donetsk; good people
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