“Only God creates. The rest of us just copy.” (Michelangelo)

Resides in Rostov-na-Donu, South Russia.
The artist has a firm illusion that all the photos and 2Ds shown here are the landmarks he’s been leaving behind. He claims that he has no particular subjects to follow (perhaps he suffers from the lack of concentration) and prefers to focus on what (never “why”) moves him at a particular moment.

His art is sporadic, ranging from pure photography to Wacom Intuos 5 Touch + Corel Painter doodling. Some of his works here result from modifying his photographs using virtual brushes. He also states that each work presented here is closely related to the place and mood of the moment and should be treated accordingly.

Part of his numerous art has been also sold here at RB. Any copying, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of these images is okay but only after a written consent from the artist. Any issue can be solved, if you write directly to the artist using RB mail.

  • Joined: October 2007

Journal

sale

Thank you to an anonymous buyer from the beautiful country of Belgium for choosing and buying a poster of my “rain. cobble stones. Brussels”. My very best regards, / Nikolay
Posted 2 days – 2 comments

rough beach sold

Thank you the anonymouns Canadian for buying a poster of my ‘Rough Beach". It’s always a great pleasure to learn that another little piece of mine has found home. / Best / Nikolay
Posted 13 days – 2 comments

red house sold

I sold 1 Mini Skirt of “red house” and would like to express my deep gratitude to the lady who’s decided to wear the only skirt with the only design in the whole wide world!
Posted about 1 month – 2 comments

Sale

Many thanks to the one anonyous who has bought an Acrylic Block of “corridors”. / You’ve really amde my day. / Regards
Posted about 1 month – 2 comments

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