I had a chance to participate in creating the new 14th ‘curious’ issue of the Popshot Magazine.
Luckily, I happened to illustrate absolutely astonishing and brilliantly intimate story called “The Secret” by Audra Kerr Brown. It’s a story about a child who finds something very secret in the parents’ wardrobe during thunderstorm. It was a great pleasure to work with this text and with its mysterious subject.
Some time ago I was invited to be one of the artists in the project “FauxMood x Artist”, launched by FauxMood, an ongoing campaign started by a group of friends to demonstrate that cruelty-free lifestyle and fashion are not mutually exclusive.
As I am myself an owner of probably the most fluffy dog in the whole world, obviously I couldn’t give it the go-by. For my collaboration with FauxMood, I depicted a woman who is shocked by the realisation and weight of her decision to wear a fur coat, which drags along heavily behind her as the gravestones and aura of death cling to train.
Also I gave a small interview, which you can read here, alongside with the works and interviews of some other artists: FauxMood
My work for a contest «Design a 90’s rave poster for This Is England ’90 on Channel 4»
In my work I decided to go beyond the creative brief and to make something more than an abstract rave poster. I wanted to immerse audience into the atmosphere of this subculture and England of that time by placing them on a dance floor, which united the whole Britain into one powerful movement. Arms of dancing people creating Union Jack are a culmination of the poster.
Everything has begun with an ordinary two floor bus. I came up with an idea of showing that actually London in general is like this, everything here has its own “two floors”, and this city contains twice as many interesting and fascinating things as you can think you’ll find here. At the moment this series consists of three illustrations – symbols of London and the whole Britain.