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Russian graffiti artist Ffchw uses stenciled words to make his point. "No one has a right to be silent now," he says.
San Francisco's hottest new graffiti artist is from Russia.
Moscow is seeing religious symbolism crop up in unexpected places. It’s not the first time, but there is something different about what is going on now.
Artist Aleksandr Tsypkov and a handful of other artists feel everyone, not just church-goers, should be able to see religious art. So naturally they are tagging bridges and underpasses with "iconic" images.
Russian women: give birth in Syrian prisons, drive metro trains, make news (and borsch), and welcome children home from the dead.
In which Communists hate Georgian food, a cross is accidentally paved over, and the King of Spades rules Russia.
Why some Russians would rather vote for a fictional candidate, the importance of a Cossack education, and some artsy graffiti along the way.
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