Filling the streets meaning: topical works by the artist T-RadyaPictolic
Inscriptions on fences and walls of houses, as a rule, annoying. But it turns out they can be art. The difference between regular bullying and work is not the place and method of application of the text, and the meaning of the message that the author wants to convey to the viewer. This could prove to practice street artist Timofey Radya from Yekaterinburg, known worldwide under the pseudonym T-Radya.
Timofey Radya lives in Ekaterinburg, but was born outside of Russia in Havana, Cuba. The artist's work is very versatile, but worldwide recognition guy brought the graffiti and public art. Creativity is based on T-Radya topical, socially critical projects are implemented in an unusual way. As the master himself by education a philosopher, this could not affect his works, imbued with deep meaning.
The purpose of Timothy, he said, is to humanize the faceless streets of the city, giving them content and meaning. Resident of the modern metropolis, moving through his city and gets the opportunity to think about serious things, which reminded him simply, but succinct graffiti Radya.
Many of his creations Timothy creates illegal, as they have for many obvious political subtext. The artist does not hide its active position and boldly raises topical themes and responds to events in society.
Most T-Radya likes to post their work on rooftops — there they are best visible and the resonance effect from the inscriptions above. The most outrageous creation Radya is obscene inscription on the roof of high-rise buildings "You Nai....Lee", which made Timothy after the next election.
World famous master from Ekaterinburg has got created a series of portraits of soldiers on the walls of an abandoned hospital in his hometown. To create a series of paintings Radya used no paint, and fire.
Many drew attention to the manifest that T-Radya has stated his beliefs. He adorned a huge wall of industrial building in St. Petersburg.
The artist's work can be seen on the streets of Yekaterinburg, Moscow, Kiev, Helsinki, Vladikavkaz, Perm and many other cities.