What is your artistic process: when do you work on it; what program(s) do you use; how long does a piece take; and what happens to the pieces when they’re finished?
In the normal case I have an idea, sit down at my illustrator, and start drawing. With more complex pictures it can happen that I brood over the idea for a few days, and then look at other artists and their implementation. That brings additional inspiration.
Now it depends on whether the drawing is an order for tattoo, a wall, an exhibition, etc. Basically, all my pictures are for sale at any time, except the custom-made paintings.
Do you sell your art, or is it a creative outlet just for you?
Yes, I sell my art over Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, and I will also launch soon a website.
Who are your biggest cheerleaders in your art, your work, and your life?
I don’t know many of my fans—I already have built up a pretty big fan community; of course, my partner in crime.
How does your art influence your life and vice versa?
All I do is somehow creative—the only difference is emotional creativity or (at work) a logical creativity, but everything I do has to do with creativity. I always have some art projects where I work with different artists, or I also did some work for a nonprofit organization, etc.
What do you love most about your creativity?
Being myself, expressing myself.
I couldn’t live without being creative. It’s what I am. If I sing, draw, or play an instrument, I feel art floating through my body. If I dress in the morning or work as a Growth Hacker, it doesn’t matter what I do; I believe art is everywhere around us.
Tell me about your work as a Growth Hacker.
Growth Hacking is data driven creative marketing. It’s the thing I love most after doing art.
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