Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya

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Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya

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Selasa, 06 Sep 2022 17:09 WIB

Polandia - Perang Ukraina menjadi tema menarik para seniman mural di Polandia. Beragam pesan disampaikan dari kanvas dinding itu. Berikut sebagian kecilnya.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Perempuan ditemani anjingnya melintas di depan mural pada tembok Stasiun Kereta Gdask Jasie, Polandia, Senin (5/9/2022). Sebanyak 25 mural bertema anti perang dilukis di sini.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Warga memotret mural bergambar tank yang diselimuti bunga matahari.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Mural karya seniman Paulina Sosinska More ini menggambarkan ladang bunga matahari dihujani rudal. Warna merah gradasi kuning membuat kesan dramatis yang kuat.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Pesepeda melintas di depan mural karya seniman Tuse Jaworski. Terdapat mural wajah Hitler, Putin dan Stalin dengan ditutup tulisan pada bagian mata 'No More Time'.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Wajah tokoh publik Ukraina, Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko menjadi salah satu tema mural. Parade mural ini untuk membangun solidaritas untuk Ukraina.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Dua orang berdiri di depan mural karya Maria Morawska.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

 Mural ini merupakan karya seniman yang tergabung dalam Gdask Academy of Fine Arts.

A cyclist passes by a pro-Ukrainian mural entitled 'No More Time' created by Polish artist TUSE (Piotr TUSE Jaworski).
More than 25 anti-war and pro-Ukrainian murals were painted on the wall at the Gdask Jasie train station as part of the project 'In solidarity with Ukraine' initiated by the PKM (Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway) and the Gdask Academy of Fine Arts. Most of the authors are students of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Last weekend, another 10 new murals were created, all related to the Russia-Ukraine conflict in 2022.
On Monday, September 05, 2022, in Gdansk,  Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Sketsa yang belum selesai dipotret oleh seorang pengunjung.

Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya
Sederet Mural Anti Perang Dibikin di Polandia, Ini Gambarnya

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