Pacific Light video by Ruslan Khasanov

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By Dijana Necovski in New Art on Monday 19 August 2013

Ruslan Khasanov, a Russian photographer and graphic designer, was inspired to create Pacific Light after cooking with a combination of oil and soy sauce. He noticed how the sauce forms beads in the mixture and soon began playing around with other liquids to come up with what we see now in his latest video – […]

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Photos of pristine Russian wildlife by Sergel Gorshkov

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Friday 28 June 2013

These photos of Wrangel Island by Sergey Gorshkov reveal a land frozen and untouched by the outside world. Wildlife is pristine and natural in this Russian haven. Each photo seems candid, as if Gorshkov is the paparazzi for animals in Russia. My favorite is the clever fox driving the goose away from it’s nest in order to steal […]

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The macabre art of Russian illustrator Anton Semenov

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By Mario Troise in New Illustration on Friday 23 December 2011

It’s like taking a picture of your nightmares. Anton Semenov is a Russian illustrator that creates surreal and macabre illustrations. With bold visuals and strong symbolism, his creations could come straight out of your weirdest dreams.

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Denis Forkas Kostromitin

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 13 April 2011

A lot of dark, metal-inspired art these days tilts heavily towards horror vacui style busyness, but Russian artist Denis Forkas Kostromitin goes for thick atmosphere and brooding moodiness over fussy and intricate lines. Think black and doom metal versus technical death metal.

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Elisabeth Alekseevna Bukanova

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By Elisabeth A. Bukanova in New Illustration on Tuesday 15 February 2011

Russian Elisabeth Alekseevna Bukanova is a photo agent from London who is currently based in Hamburg. As soon as she gets some time off and has a sketchbook, or even a pencil at her fingertips, she draws, inspired by Dadaism, art and music.

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