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Moscow street art with a sense of humour

Street artist Zoom brightens the walls in Moscow with images of modern culture heroes mixed with Soviet and Russian characters

 Artmossphere, the 2nd Moscow street art Biennale is underway in Russia's capital. Over the course of several months, it will introduce Muscovites to iconic representatives of international street art. Street artist Zoom is one of Russian participants. Below is the selection of Zoom's works posted on his Instagram account.

Love You, Moscow. A city totem - the dog at the Revolution Square metro station 

Fyodor Mikhailovich (Dostoevsky) "Am I a trembling creature or do I have a longboard?

 Graffiti featuring characters from Quentin Tarantino's movie Pulp Fiction 

Michael Jordan

Salvador Dali

Graffiti featuring The Girls, a 1961 popular Soviet comedy

Pole dancer 

The Beatles in dembel uniforms of Russian soldiers

Fly (Audio vs. Video) Made of compact cassettes

Graffiti featuring Soviet actress Nonna Mordyukova

Jason vs. signboard

Russian writers Alexander Pushkin, Anton Chekov and Leo Tolstoy

Ippolit. Dedicated to CCTV

Graffiti saying 'Please, be kind'

Graffiti saying 'Stop drinking'

'A short recap of the previous series'. Graffiti  featuring characters from 'Game of Thrones'

One thousand pieces of chewing gum