Pasha, the artist behind "Street Museum of Garbage" was very productive and ended up producing two great projects. Here's his second project:
"Censorship usually creates a mysterious aura around the censored subjects. By placing the iconic black censorship strips on top of the featured products in the banal street ads, I let out the fantasies of the spectators who wonder what's behind the black strips. The censorship strips create the illusion of the forbidden fruit and provokes curiosity among the viewers.
Mystery and the freedom of fantasy produced by the censorship strips relates to the boundless supremacy space of Malevich’s works."
Pavel Rotts (Pasha) / email@example.com