This is just a picture I drew for my Instagram the other day. I have been thinking a lot lately about what topics exactly I want to explore with my art. Obviously, I am very much into responsible consuming and slow fashion, but gender issues, and feminism, and sexuality interest me a lot too. First I [...]
I am planning to write about every each of them independently, and I am planning to draw more women i like, but here is the beginning: Women who inspire, who give a hope for the better world, with whom I simply just have a lot in common and who make me feel less lonely. Dasha Evans-Radova, Jezra [...]
I am not really a rain and/or cold person, but for sure one reason to love autumn is all food with pumpkin. I love it all. Beer, pies, porridge.. you name it, it's great. Not sure how I feel about Halloween. I like to dress up, that's for sure. But I grew up in culture [...]
Before 2015 I was not interested in slow fashion, or responsible consuming, or environmental issues. And still, I was mostly buying clothes in second-hand stores. My biggest motivation for doing so was not environmental; I wasn't even aware that most of the clothes in mass-market are not made in a safe, clean and fair way, and that the fashion industry, in general, [...]
...and speaking of pink and supporting others: Adam J. Kurtz's book Things Are What You Make of Them is finally here! Unfortunately I am not gonna get mine for one more week, but when Ill finally do, I am going to photograph it and show you every lovely detail 🌷 can't wait 💫 for now this is photo by Adam) [...]
The other day (rather recently) I happened to read an article by a Russian girl, Daria Evans-Radova, about the color pink and how wearing a lot of this stereotypically girly color can become a way of empowerment. I found the article rather interesting, and I remembered that I also liked her other texts for the same online magazine. But [...]
...so this is actually such a difficult decision to make. I like reading, I like it a lot. It's is one of my favorite activities of all time. And I don't even necessarily read different books now than I used to when I was a child or teen. I liked (and still like) some books from [...]
So this year I decided to take part in Berry-water book illustration festival in Moscow (27-29 of October). This particular picture is for a poster contest of the same festival.
We have this tradition of eating a piece of cake in a coffee house. Each of us has our own coffee but we have one piece of cake for both of us. So we have to compromise.
"She was just going on and on about how horrible I looked with no eyebrows and that "just lipstick is not enough"