The artist drew a comic about a Russian city-predators

The artist drew a comic about a Russian city-predators

In Tula — the carrot in Moscow — garbage.

Russian artist working under the pseudonym of Durand, drew a comic strip based on the movie “Chronicles of prey in cities,” in which the city put on a giant wheel and, making, absorb a small settlement.

In their mini-comic Durand portrayed the cities as Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Magnitogorsk, Tula, Sochi, and Ivanovo.

To make the cities look like, the artist added on pictures of recognizable elements and symbols.

So, on top of the “tank” Tula he placed the famous gingerbread, Saint Petersburg was covered with snow, were scattered the debris that it has picked up a little Yaroslavl, Ivanovo and even turned into a wedding cake.

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