dudnikova eugene paints tiny fantastical scenes on trees

dudnikova eugene paints tiny fantastical scenes on trees

russian street artist, dudnikova eugene, augments reality. her source code is a palette of paint and her latest software of choice is a tree. at the edge of cities, in parks and in forests, someone may stumble upon these static little augments. 

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the flood in the cherry garden |  dudnikova eugene 
all images courtesy of dudnikova eugene 



the tree graffiti is a pleasant change in a time when digital landscapes are more common than real ones. they’re small and insignificant and yes, we’re ironically viewing them now via an article on a website on a screen, but to imagine what it must have felt like to stand alone, surrounded by nature, putting brushes to trees… it’s a refreshing feeling eugene dudnikova has reminded us of. 

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spring | dudnikova eugene 

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liberated | dudnikova eugene 

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billiards. augmented reality | dudnikova eugene 

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fog | dudnikova eugene 

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