Aging is a progressive, irreversible biological process, ending with her death. Unfortunately we can not do anything, and yet there are creatures, where time seems to have nothing. Andrew Tarusov has made some of them and put at characters like Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny drawing up the aging process in motion. Some are beyond the 70 and would probably rather by quilting Retirement Homes, experience as an adventure in cartoons. The 81-year-old Donald Duck has probably saved his latent Trotteligkeit long and replaced by nicotine addiction and a little sympathetic appearance, Sylvester speaks with sprightly 73 the bottle, perhaps in order to endure the politically smart chirping of Opa Tweety and the others look more cheerful little from, showbiz seems to have left its mark. Other works of the Moscow Künslers can be found on its website.
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