by Irina Tall (Novikova)

We are delighted to share our first artist contribution! Read more about the illustrator below where you can also find links to follow her work.

Enjoy the art and let us know what it inspires in you.

Irina Tall (Novikova) is an artist, graphic artist and illustrator. She graduated from the State Academy of Slavic Cultures with a degree in art, and also has a bachelor’s degree in design. The first personal exhibition My soul is like a wild hawk (2002) was held in the museum of Maxim Bagdanovich in Minsk. In her works, she raises themes of ecology and draws on anti-war topics. In 2005, she devoted a series of works to the Chernobyl disaster. The first big series she drew was The Red Book, dedicated to rare and endangered species of animals and birds. She also writes fairy tales and poems, and illustrates short stories. She draws various fantastic creatures: unicorns, animals with human faces, and especially likes the image of a human – a bird – Sirin. In 2020, she took part in Poznań Art Week.

Find her on Instagram at @irina369tall or @irinanov4155.

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