year of birth: 1988
Q1: When did you start making art?
The moment I first touched someone with one of my paintings. I am drawing since childhood, but I think real art begins when the images influences people.
Q2: What does inspire you?
Often the daily life, but in a distorted and mirrored way. In many works, I am trying to capture the face of the twenty-first century. Somehow funny and exciting, but also very sick and disturbing.
Q3: What are your techniques?
Lots of thick paint in the beginning and then it becomes finer and finer.
Q4: What is the main idea or feeling behind your works?
I’m trying to drive a pleasant hook into the people’s minds. Some people get caught completely from it, but some understand and appreciate what it is all about.
Q5: What is the main color of your art and why?
Each color is welcome if it achieves the right effect.
Q6: What would you improve about your work and why?
I would like to improve it significantly from the technical aspect. I’ll try to reduce my images more on the essentials.
Q7: Do you have any project for the future?
Yes, I have some new projects where I’m really looking forward for the results. I will also focus more on oil painting than on digital works. Stay tuned.
Q8: Describe yourself with 3 words capturing the essence of Fleshgoredon.
Smart, strong, clear.
Q9: Show us (link) your very first work. Describe it from techniques till feelings.
HERE you can see an early picture. Simply but effectively painted, a strong contrast and popping colors. I guess the mood, at the time I have painted this, was very similar to today. It is very important for me to have fun at what I do and I think you could see it then and now too.
Q10: What did change from your first work till now?
The approach is the same. Today, my work is technically better, more elaborated, and goes deeper.
Q11: What is art for you? Escaping from reality or the essence of life?
Money! No, just kidding ^ ^ For me is art a way to do what I want, how I want it and when I want it! In which areas of daily life, you can still do it? It may sound corny, but art can come very close to real freedom.