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Merry harlequin on the facade of the former cinema "Red Riding Hood"
Ukraine

Mural painting and fills the streets of Donetsk. One of the striking works of young artists from the creative team of "Good People" is the work of "Happy Harlequin."

It is possible that in the near future will take place in Donetsk and festivals graffiti!

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Uploaded: 28/04/2013
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