Masha Shishova


Every dish has its idea and history, whether it’s fusion cuisine or mashed potatoes and herring. We can see the same food served on a banana leaf or muffled in family porcelain, and if you want to depict it, you have to decode the system of eating values, common to all mankind.

Yulia Yakushova for Aeroflot magazine

London in the eye of the beholder.


Evgeny Tonkonogy for FK Zenit magazine

Where it is impossible to get, There you can always draw.


Dmitry Ligay for FK Lokomotiv

FC Lokomotive and Bang!Bang! — till death do us part.


Natasha Metlukh for Vokrug sveta magazine

Margarita travelling without The Master.


Galya Panchenko for Mann, Ivanov&Ferber

Pigeon post.


Cool staff for Megafon

Wes Anderson and his fairy tales

Illustrator — is a person who tells his or her stories by pictures. Not only can a draftsman be an illustrator, but for example, a film director, a screenwriter or even a stylist. Wes Anderson simultaneously combines all those mentioned professions. The universe created by him in his eight full length feature films and a few advertising clips similar to multistory toy house where all his characters live in a specific manner. On the eve of general release of “The Grand Budapest Hotel” directed by Anderson we have tried to take a look at his filmography and formulate why he is thought to be an illustrator.

New illustrator Gordeeva Eli