LINE/FIRE: The Romanian Revolution of 1989 was a week long series of riots and fighting that overthrew the Communist Regime of Nicolae Ceausescu. On December 17th, 1989 Rioters broke into the District Committee building and threw Party Documents, Propaganda brochures, Ceausescu’s writings, and other symbols of Communist power out of the windows. 3 days later some 100,000 protesters occupied the Opera Square (today named Victory Square) and started to chant anti-government protests “Noi Suntem Poporul!” (We are the people!) Over 150+ protesters died on what is called the “LINE OF FIRE” during the riots and over throw of Ceausescu. This arrow mobile was hung 17 years after the Romanian Revolution on the “Line of Fire” where many had fought and died for their human rights.
The Infamous “Bucharest Death Drop.” This photo does absolutely no justice to the story and impact of this roller piece. If you’re scared of heights I suggest you don’t watch this video!
Traveling to a new country is always enjoyable especially when you have friends and paint waiting for you upon arrival. The wild nights painting on Roof/Tops, and train tunnels could not of ever happend with out the great support of SINBOY and VLAD