Each of the works of Ukrainian artist Ruslan Onishchenko are elaborated from well-worn and carefully thought through ideas.
The captive work of Ukrainian artist, illustrator, decorator and founder of the art laboratory Ergaste, Ruslan Onishchenko (b. 1980) and his work are represented through the Behance website. Onishchenko, who also performs under the alias Jean RO, prefers the Internet resources for promoting his work, since his goals are achieved through it. Onishchenko graduated as a graphic designer in 2004 and has a steady artistic career since 2007 and 2008, being a diploma holder at the International Biennale.
Each of his works are elaborated from well-worn and carefully thought-through ideas. These Onishchenko elaborates from his studio in Sevastopol, Russia, where he lives and works. Onishchenko refers to the good as a strategy rather than impromptu. He himself feels comfortable in an imperfect world, since he’s created his own.
Onishchenko and his creative process is inspired not by plot paintings, but by literary works, such as by the Russian novelist and philosopher Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881), since his art allows Onishchenko to navigate through different themes, such as human weakness and thereby nurture his imagination.
ARTICULATE 25 is the 6th anniversary publication of ARTICULATE, showcasing the work of 5 professional contemporary artists, featuring the Ukrainian Ruslan Onishchenko, the Turkish creative photographer Elif Yesil Aktamis, the Spanish graphic artist José Navarro, the Russian illustrator Anton Gudim and the American painter Dorielle Caimi, who’s priding the cover.
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