Public art project “Chisinau Is ME” has presented Chisinau with another Moldovan hero. Guess who! Pacala, the one! From now on, one of the most clever and good-natured heroes of Moldovan folklore will live at the transformer plate in the territory of Aventura Parc in the park Valea Morilor.
Pacala turned out to be so alive that it seems as if he is about to make some kind of prank or is just choosing among the passers-by someone, whom he really wants to tell a story that happened to him recently.
As promised by the project artists, Pacala will soon be accompanied by his old friend Tyndale for further adventures. The organizers note that Pacala and Tandala will be a continuation of everyone’s favorite series of the national heroes’ images. Future plan involves putting drawings to all transformer panels in the park Valea Morilor.
Social urban art project Chisinau is ME supplemented the drawing of the Moldovan national character they made earlier.
According to the organizers, they deliberately left an empty Transformer shield next to the Moldovan character. This was done so that people could see how an art object is different from the usual gray surfaces. During the short
Dear citizens of Chisinau! The urban project “Chisinau is Me” gathers pace! Last week we wrote that one family inspired by the project wished to remain anonymous and made a donation for the creation of the first art object!
So, we hasten to bring you good news- this object is completed! The weather was not very
Far away, almost on the outskirts of Chisinau, a broken telephone switchboard was peacefully dozing. Each of us has seen one of these. You can usually see a guy in blue threadbare overalls sitting next to it and dawdling over into the wires with high concentration. This switchboard wad out of service for a very