30.08.12 by Jeff

Kut changes the weather in Latvia

Kut brings the country to the city of Riga, Latvia
Artist collective Kut surprised the folks of Riga, Latvia with some street art of a different sort. That ain’t snow! Watch the entertaining video below!

vimeo.com/kutfilms













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Niels Mud

    Natural street art :) love it!

  • Rīga

    :DD

    It’s the 2nd time it happens.
    Here is the first time (pretty much the same):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3LbIB7qV40 

  • Gerhard Human

    Brilliant

  • Demonada

    what if there were people alergic to puffy puffs?

  • puffy puffs! haha

    ya i thought the same thing about allergies

  • eke

    Actually it’s the same time (at 2011 autumn).

    About what happened Police initiated the underlying criminal case, which was later closed due to insufficient evidence.

    I suspect that this is the reason for such delay in the publication of the video.

  • Kim

    what if people are allergic to the never ending boredom of everyday life? :)





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