Street Artist Tima Radya, is the winner of CutLog New York 2013

Tima Radya: Street art for the open minded
- MAY 18, 2013
The Russian street artist Tima Radya, winner of CutLog New York 2013, and his friends have spent the last 3 years learning "to make big and complicated things", in other words, large scale street art interventions, without permission or help. Each piece they create has profound social and political message, normally related to the struggle of Russian society.

While browsing their site, we came across one of their interventions titled Your move. With the visual subtlety that characterizes this street artist, Your move hides a very valuable message that urges us to take charge of our lives. 

Tima Radya: Street art for the open minded
©Tima Radya, Cutlog Animal NY, winner of CutLog New York 2013
There is one thing - the only one to be totally sure about:
everything will eventually disappear. The city, the streets, the buildings, even we ourselves and our children.

The time will pass and the piers of this grand bridge will go shaky, fall down, fold as domino row.

This basically means, if things are not eternal - and there are no eternal things - we can change them as we want.

Everyone has something unshakable, unchangeable, but it is not true.

Last move is always yours.
Tima Radya: Street art for the open minded
Tima Radya painting Your move
Tima Radya: Street art for the open minded
©Tima Radya, Your Move
Tima Radya: Street art for the open minded

Tima Radya painting Your move


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