A gigantic 49 square meter canvas was unveiled at the Moscow Tuning Show on Sunday. It may become the largest work of aerography in Russia. Forty-nine painters unveiled their collective work at the Crocus Expo exhibition hall. They worked for three days, from 10 a.m to 6 p.m.
Each participant was given a piece of blank canvas, where they could paint anything they wanted. The main requirement set by the organizers was to stick to orderly graphic lines and use four main colors: blue, white, red, and yellow.
The works were assembled three days later to form a single picture of a double-headed eagle against the background of the Russian flag, which came as a surprise for the artists themselves.
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