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7 presentations with original prints

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7 presentations with original prints

Here you can download 8 presentations with original prints and collections for textile, fabrics or wallpaper. Inspired by Tool music geometric print and Spring Flowers print Urban Stories (Heimtextil Trends) Uncertainty Of Consciousness Emotional Cats Kid’s train Animal pop art portraits Holidays Funny Dogs Thank you all for attention to my work. I appreciate any feedback you may...

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Entered the 10 best in the contest Heimtextil Russia

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Entered the 10 best in the contest Heimtextil Russia

    My work was highly appreciated by the jury of the annual Heimtextil Russia Award – the best 10 works. And will be presented at an exhibition  International Trade Fair for Home Textiles, Floor Coverings and Interior Furnishings Heimtextil Russia in Moscow on September 18-20. My project “Urban Stories”. The collection about a city, about the feeling of a city, about citizen emotions. Relax/Recharge trend A modern big city: houses that reflect the sky and scratch it. A city turns red and blue sunset into digital pixels, seeking to subdue the freedom of the sky, to swallow the energy of blue and to relax in the rays of red, to regulate the grandiose natural chaos.   Perfect Imperfection trend The texture of felt wool, color finger-stains, the old technology of manual labor, all of it is imperfect as everything natural and alive. But this asymmetry, curvature, slight inaccuracy evokes the image of millions of good hands, the feeling of an urban coziness and a perfect harmony.   Soft Minimalism trend The abstract forms of muted soft shades are universal. Simple elegance of the city’s geometric shapes and brushed texture of the brush strokes create the image of an inhabited locality map.   Adapt + Assemble trend The flatness of a bright palette is supplemented by the cheerful cityscapes – cats, created with several strokes of black on white.   Urban Oasis trend A city is almost entirely made of glass and concrete but nature is a strong element: plants punch through the paving stones, simple unpretentious flowers-weeds please the eye and causing the nostalgia for a wild forest....

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Purrfectly Perfect

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Purrfectly Perfect

I know you’re out there, cat lovers. Those who love everything cat and kitten. And when we’re talking about trending fashion, the options available are endless. We can find apparel from head to toe, from hats and earrings to socks and shoes and everything in between. And how appropriate is it to have cat pajamas when cats sleep 15-20 hours per day? Snuggle up in your cat pajamas with your cat! We can find cat fashions for every season. There are 100’s of different varieties to peak our interests. Just like cats, who have about 100 different sounds. Dogs on the other hand only make about 10 different sounds. Who knew? And talk about trending, cats are North America’s most popular pet! It’s no wonder the fashion industry has shown an interest in our fluffy, lovable friends. So what’s hot? What’s trending? When you can’t take your fuzzy little friend with you, wear a pocket cat t-shirt! A pocket cat t-shirt comes in an endless variety of colors and styles. Is it summer? You may want a tank top. Is it winter? How about a long sleeve shirt? Or better yet, a hoodie! It’s your choice. Or don’t just choose one! Take your pocket cat with you wherever you go. Show your love for your furry friend. So let’s all get out and show our love and pride in our favorite kitties. Next time you hit your closet wondering what to wear, grab your feline fashion and rock the boat. What better time than right meow!? Click to see more and maybe get some:) Polina Po Print on Zazzle Polina Po Print on DesignByHumans Polina Po Print on TeePublic Polina Po Print on RedBubble How to buy my print – ask here....

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New scary print :)

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New scary print :)

“I believe that music is a force in itself. It is there and it needs an outlet, a medium. In a way, we are just the medium”. Maynard James Keenan Print was inspired by my life and gorgeous music of the Tool band. Check print here ...

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Monotype on dense silk fabric

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Monotype on dense silk fabric

Very small theoretical part. Monotype was born a long time ago (in 17th century). This print’s brother was born presumably by an Italian artist and graver Giovanni Castiglione. In theory, this technique is quite simple, like many other art ones as well. A person daring to try it should manually paint the image on any smooth surface (a glass, for example), and then, transfer the image on the paper using gravity, the force that very useful on Earth (I guess, Giovanni used a special machine with the heavy press for it). This technique refers to print ones. However, its feature that slightly depressing modern copiers is that the final image is unique in its kind. That means you cannot print a bunch of similar posters with this technique. Nevertheless, you can do many other things. Like, for instance, develop your own or your children’s imagination. By the way, the imagination is very important thing in life. It can save you not only from boredom but also from different brain diseases in old age. In fact, monotype is a very romantic technique similar to a summer day, soft and green forest outskirt and a picnic. This because in childhood (and some persons during the entire life), many people love to view the clouds guessing what it looks like. The monotype gives the opportunity to do this useful deed at home and in professional art studio as well (the second option is surely much more convenient and gives better results, but not so romantic when you sprinkling the paint around your cozy kitchen and driving away your ubiquitous and all involved cats and dogs at the same time). Unexpectedly, the amazing creatures and worlds are very often born from mixing colorful spots. Downpours, snowfalls and landscapes get perfectly. Abstract works based on color harmony love this technique too. Monotype helps a lot to psychologists who work in art therapy programs. As for our master class (after such an introduction, you have to agree that its utility is indisputable), it will be focused on curious adaptation of this technique for printing unique images on fabric. What to do with these images is for our decision. You can, let us say, use it in other funny technique called felting. Actually, the idea of the master class originated from a question: “How did these slippers and such a handbag turn out?”   И вот как. And that’s how. Chapter 1 (the most extensive one). Preparing. We are at home and we got the reactive monotype (you will understand why “reactive” below). Therefore, we need to prepare the work place: to cover the table by plastic film, to take everything you need, to stock up on rags and put an apron on. What you need: The smooth surface. It could be a glass or some other smooth thing like plastic, plexiglas or even printing film at the worst. Paints and the surface where you can mix them (palette or porcelain saucer, for example). We will work with tissue, so we need acrylic paints on fabric. They can be liquid (about like water) and not so liquid (let us say, like 15% sour cream). We can use both. It depends on what exactly we want to portray. The liquid paints are suitable for abstract images and...

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Work in Kerama Marazzi

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Work in Kerama Marazzi

I’m serving a term again, oops … I work in Kerama Marazzi in St. Petersburg. The work is hard A lot of communication with people, and people are mostly dumb… oops, complex, well, or maybe I ussually have difficults with them. Paraphrasing a beloved colleague, my inner introvert cringes and suffers violence every day, turns the other tenth cheek and cries at night. However, in my personal tradition, I’ve published some draft tiles layouts, as its, judging by the statistics of the site, are interesting for audience, and I’m happy! Visualization is not very realistic, but use the imagination since you found this page     Collection Kerama Marazzi Lignano (“Two Venices”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Astoria (“Two Venices”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Lignano и Whitehall (“Two Venices”, “English”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Laurito (“Neapolitan”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi  Capri (“Neapolitan”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Golden Waterfall (“Scandinavian”)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Color Wood (2018)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Color Wood (2018)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Brush Wood (2018)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Country Chic (2018)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Country Chic (2018)   Collection Kerama Marazzi Home Wood (2018)...

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Cool leggins with cats, monkeys and grass.

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Cool leggins with cats, monkeys and grass.

These prints for leggins were made for the designbyhumans.com contest.  Voting is still going now. For voting you need to register on the designbyhumans.com (one click facebook is available). Vote for my prints here: https://www.designbyhumans.com/vote/detail/752876 – Черные коты https://www.designbyhumans.com/vote/detail/752896 – Поп арт обезьяны https://www.designbyhumans.com/vote/detail/752892 – Поп арт коты https://www.designbyhumans.com/vote/detail/752884 – Дети https://www.designbyhumans.com/vote/detail/752880 – Трава Thanks to...

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Original overprint backpacks

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Original overprint backpacks

These backpacks were done for the contest on designbyhumans.com, but, unfortunatelly, were not included in backpack collection. Inspite of this fact, I love them and I’m really unhappy because they will never be...

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“Uncertainty of consciousness” collection of prints

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“Uncertainty of consciousness” collection of prints

    In modern world of huge diverse flow of constantly improving and degrading information, the abstract shapes are especially relevant. It’s like the boiling mountain river where you can’t see anything concrete but fleeting images. Uncertainty caused by variability of external and inner worlds is perfectly fits into the appropriate symbolism. And this uncertain symbolism makes you stop, peer and think about. The conditions of incomprehensibility, variability, randomness and duality are close to the modern man because they form the structure of his personality. Just like the clouds hiding associative images, so this collection of prints bewitches and focuses the attention causing the variety of emotions. You can simply relax, defocus your eyes and/or think about the images you can see in rhythmical repetition of geometrical shapes. “Uncertainty of consciousness” collection of prints shows to the viewers their individuality because everyone sees and feels in his own manner. Comparing our feelings we can make sure another time in diversity of forms of perception and, at the same time, in their commonality between people of different cultures. You could vote here:...

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Children with a character.

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Children with a character.

I’ve recently painted a few children’s characters for stocks, and for each character – own pattern, depending on the likes and hobbies. Download in vector format here....

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