I spent the first half of the first day of the war at the migration services office helping a friend get his temporary registration in St. Petersburg. I sketched these guys while waiting in line for five hours because I knew I’d need stickers for the evening’s protest. Rush finished the line art, scanned and processed for print in the half hour I had between getting home and the protest. And cut the first hundred or so in a friend’s car on the way there.
Back when the words “no war” were legal.
Here’s a printable pdf if you want to print.