DescriptionThis work depicts a child playing near a ruined apartment building with a toy car with the inscription "children". Such inscriptions can be seen in the photos of cars shot by the Russian occupiers, in which civilians tried to evacuate to safe places. A child is bigger than a house because it is heavier. We can calculate and compensate for the material damage caused by the war, but we cannot compensate for the cost of human life. The sun is shining in the sky, flowers have been drawn in a childish way under the house, and the child is engaged in a completely normal thing for him - a game. For Ukrainian children, war is becoming commonplace. This is the lost childhood of an entire generation. This is a digital piece available in prints at any time.