We last caught up with you back in August 2013, and were enraptured by your melding of modern illustration with ancient folklore. What have you been up to since then? Is there anything that particularly stands out for you, in those intervening years? Yes, there is. Now we are applying our skills to animation. We … Continue reading An Interview with Illustrators Irina & Olga Ert, Masters of Visual Storytelling
The Moscow based artist Masha Shishova mixes Russian pop culture, history, and her own personal flair to create excellent scenes that drag the viewer in.
Varya Kolesnikova is a talented illustrator currently based in Petersburg, Russia. Her work always features fanciful, child like creations that tug at the corners of your imagination. Her work is presented in classical story book style with each illustrated frame telling a different story. A picture is said to tell a thousand words and her … Continue reading Russian Illustrator Varya Kolesnikova // Artist of the Day
I think I’m going to have to give 2013 to Russian Illustrators. I have seen a constant stream of inspiration, creativity, and amazing work coming from aspiring illustrators all over their country. Today I’m happy to share the work of IOERT; a collaboration between sister-artists Irinia & Olga Ert.
Today we have the extremely Russian artwork of Vodka-land based artist Viktoria Voronko. Not only does her name sounds like an cold war sleeper agent, it’s easy to see the historical influence in her work from the snowy landscapes to the harsh abstraction which is reminiscent of Kandinsky‘s work. Her work is a prime example … Continue reading The Inspiring Illustrations of Viktoria Voronko
Alex Andreyev is a Russian based concept artist living and working out of Saint Petersburg. Having started out as a graphic designer