Mikhail Bopposov, a resident of Yakutia who became famous throughout the post-Soviet space, made another masterpiece of manure for the New Year.
According to the News of Yakutia, in This year he made a sculpture in the shape of a family of tigers.
The artist did not deviate from the annual tradition, which he has adhered to since 2011, despite the fact that he has been diagnosed with cancer.
“I don’t keep cows now, my health doesn’t allow it, but I decided not to change traditions. We want to finish by the school matinee. I hope we will be in time. Because of the severe frost, you won't work outside for a long time '', & mdash; said Bopposov.
Михаил Боппосов из Якутии представил свою новую скульптуру из навоза — семейство тигров, символ 2022 года.
Есть и грустные новости, по словам супруги мастера, Михаил сделал фигуру, несмотря на проблемы со здоровьем. В этом году у него диагностировали онкологию. pic.twitter.com/KRkfYtU3N0
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