Inventive ‘Cellograffiti’ Takes Street Art Into The Woods

Entertainment By Garry Polmateer |

Moscow native Evgeny Ches is a graffiti artist who enjoys creating “cellograffiti,” art painted on clear plastic cellophane that’s wrapped around two trees.

He uses these unorthodox canvases to bring his own urban art style into nature. “The contrast seems very interesting to me when street art moves to [the] natural environment,” Ches mentions in a video documenting the process.

Since they are such unnatural exhibits, some might be concerned about their effects on the environment, but Ches tells HuffPost that he removes everything once the project is complete, leaving the scene just as he found it.

You can check out some more of Ches’ cellograffiti below, and the rest of his art on his Facebook page.

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