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Graffiti in the abandoned pavilion of the exhibition of achievements of national economy. September, 2009. Barnaul, Russia.

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  • MrCleaner228 . 6 months ago
    Эт мы рисовали, для съёмки клипа PromuteCD - окраины Никогда не знал что там была выставка достижений народного хоз. точнее не задумывался о аббревиатуре ВДНХ -) Очень классно сделано, как будто побывал на ВДНХ!!! .
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