An artist from India created a video where he seems to be walking on the moon. But this is a protest against very bad roads

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You will not believe it, but sometimes city roads in those places where a large number of people live can be of very poor quality, consist of bumps and holes and do not meet any safety requirements for vehicles and pedestrians. This situation has developed, for example, in … India. A huge number of accidents due to poor roads have developed a “sixth sense” in local drivers, which allows them to anticipate the appearance of pits in their path. But this, of course, is not an option.

A resident of the Indian city of Bangalore, a famous street artist, Baadal Nanjundaswamy, responded to this traffic lawlessness and began to attract the attention of local authorities and the Internet with his witty 3D-drawings.

It all started with the fact that Baadal Nanjundaswamy made a video where he allegedly walks on the moon

If that, no, it was not another landing on Earth’s satellite, it’s Bangalore’s road in the evening.

Such a bad road that you can’t tell. The video became viral and Baadal continued

Hello👋 BBMP Commissioner #thelatest #nammabengaluru #streetart #potholes #herohalli

Gepostet von Baadal Nanjundaswamy am Sonntag, 1. September 2019

The video has more than 24 thousand likes and almost 2 million views. Now, a man is constantly decorating urban bumps with fun installations.

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