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    Vania Zouravliov

    Vania Zouravliov is an artist and illustrator. Born in Vladimir, Russia, he currently lives and works in London. Labeled a child prodigy, his macabre illustrations have covered the pages of books, magazines, albums, and hung on gallery walls across the world.

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    Nika Goltz (1925 – 2012)

    Nika Goltz has been called, “one of the most talented and productive Russian children’s book illustrators.” In a career lasting over five decades, Goltz illustrated more than 100 children’s books.

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    Mikhail Vyrtsev

    Mikhail Vyrtsev, aka Reey Whaar, is a Russian watercolour artist. Born in 1988, Moscow, Vyrtsev studied cooking for a year then changed to graphic design. He worked as shipment handler for Danone before realising that he really wanted to be an illustrator.

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    Andrey Osadchikh

    Andrey Osadchikh is a freelance Animator, Illustrator and Graphic Designer from Moscow, Russia. He studied Animation & Multimedia at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK).

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    Manga Mondays ~ Ilya Kuvshinov

    Ilya Kuvshinov is an illustrator and storyboard artist originally from Moscow, Russia, but whom currently resides in Yokohama, Japan. Much of his personal work consists of pin-ups influenced by video games and film. Beautifully and sensitively rendered, Kuvshinov is able to paint alluring female characters without the need to sexualise them (for the most part).

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    Kozhevnikov Yuriy

    Kozhevnikov Yuriy is a Russian creative with all kinds of aesthetic skills, so his illustrations are often an amalgamation of different techniques. Photo-manipulation plays a big role in his work, along with 3D and digital painting, often coming together to create strange realities. If you visit his portfolio, you’ll also find website design, logo and identity work, advertising and more.

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    Aleksey Litvishkov

    Fantasy artist Aleksey Litvishkov has some stunning pieces on his website. His funny side often comes through in his work, which is so great to see. After all, not so many artists would go through the effort to create such beautiful pieces for the sake of a gag. But why not? I think it adds to the humour!