Painter creates mural "russia NEVER here!" in Kherson

Kostiantyn Kachanovskyi, a painter from the city of Rivne, has created a mural reading "russia – NEVER here!" in Kherson.

Source: Rivne Oblast Military Administration on Facebook

Details: The mural depicts a girl erasing a golden double-headed eagle, the coat of arms of Russia, and an inscription that reads "russia – NEVER here".

Most likely, the drawing was depicted on the wall of one of the apartment buildings in Kherson.

PHOTO: Rivne Regional State Administration

Kostiantyn Kachanovskyi is a well-known artist from Rivne. In his home city, he created many drawings, the most famous of which is "The beauty will not bear it". It depicts a girl with a machine gun, symbolising Ukraine. It was created as a response to the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin: "You may like it, you may not, but you’ll have to bear it, my beauty".

Mural "Beauty will not bear it"

The painting became iconic, and Kostiantyn was invited to join the ‘Cultural Forces’. This is an association of cultural figures created to strengthen the morale of the Ukrainian military and people in the liberated territories.

Within its framework, Ukrainian artists have already left their murals in the liberated territories of Kharkiv, Mykolaiv and Kherson oblasts.

In the Solomianskyi district of Kyiv, a mural of Saint Javelin was created based on a well-known Chris Shaw painting.

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