Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own, personal moon, that would shine on your ways in the dark and keep you company? Too bad, that the moon is up there, in the never ending emptiness of the space, and we can only observe it form afar, right? Well, you may be wrong.
The Moscow based physician and artist – Leonid Tishkov, really has his own, personal moon. If you brows through his photos, you may think it’s all a matter of Photoshop, but that’s not true. 10 years ago Leonid created the larg, glowing half moon as a part of an contemporary art exhibition. After it ended, he took it back home, and eventually started traveling the world with it.
In the words of the artist: “I have traveled Private Moon for ten years and each time the moon reveals more space to me. The moon is a shining point that brings people together from different countries, of different nationalities and cultures”.