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Is This Russia's Bankski?

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A skilled street artist has made structures come alive by adding eyes and facial features. Nikita Nomerz's work ranges from water towers painted to look like they're laughing, to dilapidated buildings with broken window frames for eyes. One crumbling wall has white spray cans for teeth while another has small windows filled with flames to "see" with. Nomerz, from the western Russian city of Nizhniy Novgorod, travels around various cities to carry out his art.

London next, please Bankski.

Images: Rex

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