Here are some results of my first attempt to find in Kiev streets something creative dedicated to current war events.
“Voices” political posters exhibition at the entrance of Ukrainian House:
That’s all for now. As you see, the best Ukrainian war poster is not drawn yet. They promise to put new posters here once a month. I can’t believe there is no artist in Ukraine who would draw a cool war poster; there is a loads of stuff to draw inspiration from. We’ll see.
Now some street billboards. This one is the most creative:
The other are not so ambitious:
In fact this guy was died in 2015, so this billboard must be quite old. The same might be said about all billboards I saw today except to this one with reference to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars…
…and this advertisement of patriotic comedy “Run Putin run”:
Another old poster “We are grateful to Heavenly Hundred for freedom”:
It seems like there is something wrong with billboards dedicated to war in Kiev now. Where are the new ones? May be I just missed them, so I’ll continue to look for them and update this post when I find.