Rustam Qbic is a Russian artist that’s been firmly making his way through the artworld with his rich surrealist canvases, illustrations and murals. Recently, he spent couple of days working on this large commissioned mural in Moscow that was painted using acrylic and spraypaint. Based on one of his drawings, this dreamy image shows a little boy sitting in a giant lotus flower above the city, working on his computer. Possibly addressing the issues of alienation through use of computers, internet and social media, Qbic’s image has both a beautiful and melancholic feel to it. The mural took four days to complete, which was hard work when working on the porous brick wall, but the surface also gave the finished piece this paler, almost vintage feel.

Photo credit: Seqret.