I draw with inkpen and a penbrush, usually spending evenings with new albums of music from Great Britain, or listening to Enya and Yosi Horikawa. Enya is always inspiring, makes me to go through all the memories, that bring a lot of images.
My pictures are getting more complex after time. First picture was created at university, during the lecture about the Ancient Rome Law. Somehow my creativity influenced by the boring matters of law - and now I'm finishing my PhD in law, so I've been gone through a lot of legal documents, and it just have had to be balanced by some black-and-white world, that I've created lately. That's how I find the balance between the worlds - real and imagine.
My favourite books are about Moomintrolls, by Tove Jansson, so I always try to include some hiding little creatures in my pictures. And that's my favourite part. But usually my pictures includes a lot of details from my life, but they are coded, like in poetry - in metaphors, so everyone who sees the picture can start looking and decoding it and find something that will answer his own thoughts at this particular moment. A face can be a turned upside-down boat of life, a flower can be a monster, or you can just stare at all the tiny details and look for your own Waldo (Wally).