Abandoned places are creepy. Abandoned places are even creepier when you give them eyes and mouths and teeth so they look like they have a sinister personality and want to eat you alive. That's exactly the treatment street artist Nomerz gives the dilapidated buildings around Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

Here are some of our favorite of his whimsical living walls.


This one is called Glutton, presumably because it looks like it will swallow you whole.

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This is Tower Man. I mean, what else would you call it?

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The faces on this tank look so realistic, you might expect them to start talking to you.

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If you go through this bridge, you might never come out.

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This building is haunted. Has to be.

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The City Sentinel looks like he has binoculars.

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Toothyman here could use a little dental work.

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This building is like that lurking mouth-breather that you always avoid on the train.

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Someone please feed this wall. He looks very hungry.

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If this wall face had a wall body, it would be wearing a trench coat with no wall clothes underneath.

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The lack of eyes only makes this face creepier.

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[Nomerz via Environmental Graffiti via Digg]