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In our works we use anthropomorphic characters as a symbol of connection between adult and child, modern human and primitive. These characters have always been the first conductors into the world, to the knowledge through myths, fairy tales, cartoons, toys. Anthropomorphism impersonates irrationality, fantasy, mythological consciousness and a sense of immortality - what we lose when we grow up (each person and humanity as a whole). Our characters contain this idea of changes and connection.

Walrus from our fairy epic series. In this series we would like to write a fairy story without words. The story, in which you can immerse yourself with the help of consciousness, imagination, emotions in visual contact with the painting. This story is without a plot, beyond time and space.

Chapter XXVII 'The Third shore' (Walrus) (2015)

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  • Oil painting, Canvas
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  • Size: 47.24 × 39.37 × 0.79 in
  • Signed on the front
  • Ready to hang
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