A graffiti artist is employing CLING FILM instead of walls to bring animals into the wild, and the results are stunning.
Evgeny Ches, from Moscow, Russia, is better known as “Matter,” creates stunning animal photographs by hanging plastic wrap between two trees or columns and spraying them with paint.
The expert has painted dozens of animals, including a real-life raptor, a polar bear, a monkey, a squirrel, and even a rat.
He liked the concept because it allowed him to perform anywhere, even if there wasn’t a wall.
“I first saw it on the internet,” he added. “I was interested in two Frenchmen who painted their graffiti on plastic wrap in the city because I enjoy experimenting and trying new methods and styles.
“I immediately came up with the idea of painting my graffiti on plastic wrap not in street space but in nature.
I thought it might be a really compelling photo with the urban art style in balance with natural scenery.
“I do most of my celligraffiti in the woods, however, this style of painting isn’t particularly long-lasting since I deconstruct them as soon as I finish painting so that I don’t pollute the environment.
“Cellograffiti is a fantastic thing because it allows you to rapidly construct a wall where you need it.”