I suddenly noticed that interesting graffiti on the walls of an abandoned building when I was roller-skating in Galushkin street. The size of the work is impressive. The artist is undoubtedly a real professional as he/she used the unevenness of the walls, boarded-up windows and texture of the old house so skilfully and created such an amazing surreal art work. The photos were taken last year. Local authorities planned to demolish the house, but I've been recently walking in this street again and was happy to see the building still there. It is only more time-worn, but the graffiti is undamaged. The tiger is in its place, may be, just faded a little bit.
Address: Boris Galushkin Street, near the crossing with Yaroslavskaya Street, not far from the house 10.
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