“Microstreetart“ is the practice of close interaction with the urban environment. Small objects placed on the streets and exist there almost unnoticeable. Some of them are located on the site temporarily, others can self-destruct in a few minutes, the rest are short-lived and can disappear under the influence of natural and social environment. Everything is done not to be seen but to see. Looking for sites of placement closer look at the walls and pillars discovers relief instead of plain surface, subtle gradations and variety of colors instead of monotony. Harmonious art blotches turn into “microsightseeings”, the knowledge of which is transmitted from person to person. The city becomes softer, closer and deeper.