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 email@example.com
Russian illustrator Kirill Hohlov does a delicate digital portraits for commercial editorials and personal use. You can check his works on Flickr and Behance
He called himself a weird artist we find him as a great illustrator working with a touch of 1930ss Van Beuren’s and Fleischer Studios aesthetic, mixing it with a bit of erotism and…
Explore the decadent illustrations of Saint-Petersburg raised artist Nikita Kaun (Instagram). I’d like to have few of him on my loft once he rolls out full collection of prints
HEROTIME is a new fashion label and the creative canvas of artist Lora Zombie.
South-Russian indoor mural artist Konstantin Shalev (Facebook) shares his new works since our last review of his crazy street art characters we did at OFFF2011
Russian artist Tanya Shatseva works with oil on canvas creating colourful illustrations saturated with bright details. (Subconsciously we respect her works and find the influence of Lora Zombie art on her earliest works)….
Promising Russian illustrator and artist Ruslan Khasanov shared his latest work commissioned for GQ article “Who wants to shoot an elephant?“
Talented Russian illustrator Mitt Roshin shares his latest projects here and on Behance
Saint-Petersburg based designer Anna Paschenko creates awesome 3D illustrations mainly for mobile application design
Digital art guru, Saint-Petersburg based illustrator Alex Andreyev created a concept for ZONA TV series (based on the short science fiction novel written by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky), to be released in 2015
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.