Street-Art: Seeder

A very interesting approach to street art seen in Lithuania. The artist Morfai is using a farmer statue – an image popular in many former communist countries – more precisely the shadow silhouette of the statue and adds to the wall on which the shadow is projected.


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link to YouTube video






















More information:
Morfai’s web site

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