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    Von Bomb "Kalamaja meets New York"

    At the intersection of Tööstuse and Kalaranna streets, Indrek Haas covered the walls of the Volta quarter in 2017 with Von Bomb's work "Kalamaja meets New York".

    The painting depicts ordinary people walking through Kalamaja, leaving behind the beautiful silhouette of Tallinn, which at times can look like a little version of New York.

    The piece covers 300 square meters of brick wall and is made in stencil technique.
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