Из Урала с любовью

April 29, 2019

О славном городе Челябинске многие слышали благодаря метеориту, промышленным заводам, команде КВН «Уездный город» и прочим телевоплощениям. Рассказываем о воодушевляющей и вдохновляющей стороне металлургического миллионника глазами Айрата Ахметова, который не спешит записываться в число покорителей мегаполиса.

Third Rome: digital illustration

Olya Morozova, April 25, 2019

Питерское «ухо»

Julia Sinitsina, April 10, 2019

Let advertising and design go to hell

April 5, 2019

A lecture by Ilya Mittroshin. After watching it, you will have either to think about illustration globally, or not think at all. Everything is laid out for you in this interview.

Why do something badly if you can do nothing at all?

Olya Morozova, March 22, 2019

An interview with Ilya Kutoboy for posterity. In a short video, we managed to keep to the Pozner standard of questions, as well as to tackle the issues of inspiration, exhibitions and the source of illustration.

From the brief to the final

Nastya Selezneva, March 21, 2019

From the brief to the final
Every job has its particular smell, Gianni Rodari once said. We would add that every job has its particular vocabulary. Today, we want to share with you some Bang! Bang! words that are good to know if you want to understand what the guys from the illustration sphere talk about.

Less is more

Olya Morozova, February 28, 2019

"There is no illustration without a person," says Irina Kruglova. She is one of the pathbreakers to tell you about her way from being a graphic designer to becoming an illustrator, the demand and the place illustration has in branding.

The Devil needs some changes

Nastya Selezneva, February 14, 2019

If clients were to define the edits, they would call them "fundamental changes that need to be made free of charge yesterday." If an illustrator had to explain what “edits” mean, he or she would say it is the matter of taste or that awkward situation when it is easier to do what one is asked to than to get to the truth. Over the years, we have got used to making changes, but the topic of edits periodically ruffles the souls of illustrators and deepen the producers’ old wounds.