The walls of an abandoned WWII hospital in Yekaterinburg in Russia are now full of amazing portrait installations. They are a bit blurry but that’s because they have been burnt with the Molotov cocktails, also know as the petrol bomb; basically a glass bottle filled with gasoline and a burning cloth on top. These huge portraits are of fallen WWII soldiers, and they’re made from white bandages. A group of young artist has made them and put up on walls before they hit them with Molotov cocktails, and the effect it gets is amazing; they call the installation “Eternal Flame”. Truly a great and urban way to honor the fallen soldiers. Speaking of urban art, the street artist MTO has made some amazing graffiti portraits.