The essential feature of the Ukrainian monumental and decorative art of the 1960-1980s was a large-scale decoration of the facades of buildings — the movement of artworks from the chamber space of interiors to the space of the streets. In the creation of such objects at industrial enterprises, artists had to focus on the appearance of their artworks from different angles: those ones were considered to be good that took into account the general impression of the viewer both from the landscape perspective and close-up scrutiny.
The premises of the Korosten Twine and Rope factory are currently abandoned. Its facade, as well as a large number of facades of industrial enterprises, was decorated with mosaics to mark the function of the building in the general landscape of the city (especially in Korosten, where there was developed industry in the Soviet era). In terms of subject, the work of the artists is quite typical for the Soviet monumental art — an idealized image of the everyday life of workers. The balanced composition in the ornamental frame, inherent into Mosiichuk’s style (the same frames one can found in the decoration of the Pioneer camp "Forest Fairy Tale") is solved in a calm colour scheme. The main emphasis of the mosaic is the flower of flax which symbolizes the harmony of the characters with their work. In the Zhytomyr region, flax was especially important: for example, the construction of the Zhytomyr flax plant in 1959 contributed to the acceleration of industrialization in the city and the regions.