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Summer drawings 2020

Sofiyivske Beer


Happy to present the series of illustrations for the new brand Sofiyivska Beer. This work is collaboration with GRA Agency, which is based in Kyiv, Ukaine. Visit website to see more progects of GRA Agency https://www.graagency.com/portfolio/ Special thanks to the Co-founder/Owner of Gra Agency and telanted contemporary artists Julia Beliaeva http://julia-beliaeva.com and all project team. The idea of illustrations was to create a character with has connection to the real historical person Sofia Pototska, who lived in the first half of the 19th century and had an incredible love story. Beautiful Sofievsky park was built in her honor, as a person she had many secrets. Perhaps the taste of Sofievsky beer will help to reveal one of them;-)

Illustration for VOGUE


The illustration was made for an art edition of fashion magazine VOGUE.UA, May, 2020.



This project was created for the National Tourism Agency of Ukraine, with a big support of Andriy Feroriv and the foundations of the Foundation Daryna Zholdak. The idea of the project is the popularization of tourism in Ukraine. The inspiration for the logo was the traditional Ukranian handwritten font and the characters were created on the based of ceramic imeges of 19th cetures. https://www.instagram.com/ukrainetravel_official/

The impossible is possible


Acrylic painting 100 x 70 cm, Leiden, The Netherlands, 2020.

Type design





Sonia Delaunay posters


On Paris DesignWeek 5-10.09


Welcome to Paris design Week!!!

Baroque Now


The Baroque Now project combines two seemingly unrelated styles in one collection of designer clothes: Ukrainian Baroque and Futuristic Minimalism.
The creative collaboration of clothing designer Polina Weller and graphic designer and artist Olga Selishcheva was the result of an unexpected and expressive form of the modern vision of the past and the future, merged at the extreme point of the present time.
Baroque style has acquired special decorative features on the territory of Ukraine and is characterized by a large number of floral ornaments. Already, the colorful features of classical Baroque in this area at one time gained even more volume and color. Laconic geometric shape of corsets and skirts made of white plastic, complemented by hand-painted murals in the style of lush Ukrainian baroque. The contrast is enhanced by the synthetics of the material on which the living plant ornaments are applied. Ornamental "exclamations" draw attention even more, deliberately exaggerating the "underestimated" danger of the plastic addiction already familiar to modern humans. The designers in the project are interested in the experiment of combining artistic expression on a topical topic, the process of combining rational, technological, clear with unjustifiably luxurious, man-made, tactile.