Russian graffiti artist incorporates everyday objects into his works.

Some interesting street art has been spotted in Europe, created by Russian graffiti artist Pavel Puhov. What makes these works intriguing is the use of everyday urban items and decay incorporate into his art. For example, a lamp post becomes the arm of a giant pair of glasses carved into the snow, and a pedestrian underpass light becomes part of a torch flame at night.

Click through the thumbnails below to see more of Puhov's work:

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Pavel Puhov

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