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Nikolay Polissky Unveils Latest Handcrafted Wood Structure

Nikolay Polissky Unveils Latest Handcrafted Wood Structure

Russian artist Nikolay Polissky has unveiled his latest project, a large tower for the upcoming traditional holiday of Maslenitsa, a coming of spring celebration that ceremonially burns a symbol of winter.

Currently in the construction phase, the project is made from recycled wood pallets and the tops of logs, which typically are only used as cheap firewood. Additionally, the tower will be covered with hay rolls that cannot be used as animal feed, before being burned at a ceremony on February 25.

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Learn more about Polissky’s work here.

Nikolay Polissky Creates Towering, Handcrafted Structures Across Russia

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Cite: Sabrina Santos. "Nikolay Polissky Unveils Latest Handcrafted Wood Structure" 02 Feb 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/804475/nikolay-polissky-unveils-latest-handcrafted-wood-structure/> ISSN 0719-8884
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