La línea clara de Pavel Mishkin

21 November 2016 Texto: Mind the Gap.

{english below} El artista moscovita Pavel Mishkin es un enamorado de la ilustración, tanto infantil como para adultos. Le entusiasma su manera de despertar emociones y el humor que pueden llegar a tener, si se hacen con algo de ingenio. En sus ilustraciones, influenciadas por el cómic europeo y caracterizadas por una línea clara, busca sensaciones interesantes y las coloca en una atmósfera emocionante.

En estos momentos está trabajando en un libro dirigido a padres e hijos, que ofrece a los primeros ideas para pasar más tiempo y más divertido con los pequeños.

Dice estar influido por impresionistas rusos y de la escuela de Barbizon, y esta influencia se refleja en sus obras, que también muestra una cara del ocio de la burguesía en los 80.

 

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English:

PAVEL MISHKIN

He was born and grow up in Moscow closet o the forest. He was drawing something about 20 years. He loves drawing for kids and adults. First he drew just for kids, “illustrations can bring to people some good emotions and moods”, says.

“In my illustration I try to catch interesting emotions and movements of my characters or I try to find new exciting atmosphere”, adds.

Right now he’s illustrating a book for parents and kids. This book provides parents with great ideas on how to spend time with their children more usefully and pleasantly. This is the second book in this series.

To develop his ideas he is inspired by astrophysics and artists like impressionists, Barbizon school and russian artists (Fedotov, Korovin, Serov, Vrubel).

“I think it’s quote simple. You should just enjoy what you do, if you like it you have more chance to do it cool”, explains.

And his favourite way to get away from the routine after a busy day working is walking a lot.

 

BEHANCE

 

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