Since 2003 Designcollector has been focusing on Russian Creative scene. By this category we mean the profound mix of posts about mature or young and promising Russian-speaking designers. We proved our love to reveal Russian artist on public events like OFFF and happy to speak on any other festivals about the six part of creative Earth. Also continuously improving our hiring experience by advising design personalities for permanent positions for different agencies or freelance. Always open for a talk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Russian illustrator Ivan Belikov rethinks leading countries coats of arms in a brutal, predator way. Meet his Herbarium on Behance – volume one and two
For Saint-Petersburg only, famous illustrators Fil Dunsky and Katya Maleev will share their stories and skills on “Source Not Set” masterclass.
Natasha Shaloshvili is a Russian fashion illustrator based in St.Petersburg. Here we show a little of her works, just one project named “Back to Basics“
“Brain Mash” is a graphic art studio based in the “capital” of Siberia – Novosibirsk. Check their portfolios to explore the successful juxtaposition of graphic design and street art
Lovely 3D mushroom illustrations from LA based designer Sasha Vinogradova
StPete based tattoo artist and talented illustrator Ilya Brezinski shows off his best in dot-work technique. Whatever the material – skin or paper Ilya handles each work with a lot of care and…
This Moscow-based tattooer Nika Samarina is yet another photo-realist excelling from mother Russia.
Just discovered awesome Russian illustrator Oleg Gert who works mainly with character prints involving a huge sense of humour and epic drawing skills as well.
Over 30mln people wants to visit the city we love and live in and only 3-4 of them really able to do this each year. For the last 5 years Saint-Petersburg city eat…
Talented editorial illustrator from San Francisco Nata Metlukh has a distinguish style of her works whatever they are characters or stories drawings
Enter the sc-fi and fanart world of Ilya’s character illustration – talented Russian digital artist. See more on Behance and Deviantart
Russian digital artist Maxim Shkret released the series of posters depicting predators in a formal 3D illustrative way, well done.