Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 27, 2014
These beautiful illustrations by Ukrainian artist Dasha Pliska are a unique and perfect blend of Architecture in Odessa and hands and arms. The limbs give the Architecture an unexpected human element.
Street Art // Friday, September 13, 2013
“A Mother's Protection” is the title of Dxtr’s newest mural created in Kamyanets, Ukraine. The Germany-based artist and member of The Weird Crew, painted the image of a delirious looking tiger, encompassed by a visually busy and vibrantly surreal environment.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Ukrainian artist Konstantin Kalynovych has just released a book of his etchings from 1993-95. The Book of Ecclesiastes includes eight etchings, tracing paper with passages from Ecclesiastes in the Old Testament and an original cover with a congreve stamping for the prints and calligraphy along with a box-case made from cardboard bound fabric.
Street Art // Friday, August 31, 2012
Another piece from the Interesni Kazki team that transports you to another time and space. AEC from the Ukrainian duo was in Grottaglie, Italy to paint this wall/building for Fame Festival 2012, but from the sound of it, this was a stressful piece. Punctured tires of the lift, stuck in the mud, and then, it didn't work. Lifts are stressful. Watch the video after the jump . . .
Tattoo // Thursday, August 16, 2012
Dmitriy Samohin's tattoo work is incredible! He creates ultra realistic portraits on skin and works out of Ukraine. He says of drawing portraits, "Portraits are fascinating. And for me it’s all about the eyes, the expression. It’s like in our daily life; the eyes reveal everything. I like to express that reality in my portraits as well. Once again, portraits can be complicated, so more interesting to me as I want to capture the expression, the person, the mood … so much goes on in the face, the look of a person."
Illustration // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Check out these super intricate, mind bending drawings by Ukrainian duo Interesni Kazki. They create crazy worlds of giant creatures, floating water, and surreal settings. These drawings are truly a trip with each one depicting a unique narrative. The duo also brings their work to life on the walls of city streets.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 16, 2012
A few weeks ago, we showed you the incredible tilt-shift video, City of Samba, shot at Carnaval in Rio. Now comes another fantastic video called MiniLook Kiev, where the filmmakers have captured the Ukrainian capital city with the tilt-shift effect, making a city appear to arise from a storybook, with vivid detail and almost diorama like construction.
Illustration // Wednesday, December 28, 2011
It takes a certain skill and deep understanding of color and balance to be able to create works with a super-saturated, lush, vibrant palette with a surrealist approach. Hailing from the Ukraine, Tanya has created a signature style based off of this visual richness.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
One of the highlights of Art Basel Miami (and we can't wait to see it tomorrow) is the Ukranian duo, Interesni Kazki's mural for Wynwood Walls. The mural, Flora of Ukraine, is a playful, metaphorical, and detailed piece that will definitely gain new audiences at Basel.