Anton Marrast - wider known as Grape Frogg - is a Russian illustrator. Unlike many visual artists who order their artistic thoughts from a visual understanding of things, Anton makes his art in a reverse process. He adds another dimension to what he sees - a dimension of an inner story narrated by restless women and plotted with formidable incidents. Anton is more immersed in the world of literature than in the solid reality of his home city, Moscow. This is where he created illustrations based on Madame Bovary for American Playboy and presently works on images inspired by Gabriel García Márquez. Irrespectively of his critical imagination and intelligent heart, he remains a straightforward guy. In our conversation, Anton sums up some facts about his art.