No turning back

about Waldemar Kazak

From a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back.
That is the point that must be reached

Franz Kafka

Waldemar Kazak began to draw after unsuccessful contact with a Large iron swing when he was small. He was treated for a long time and didn’t see the whole year in his left eye. But, after that, he began to draw. Nevertheless, he didn’t think he will earn as the artist.

I'm here, Grandma


He lives in a small city between Moscow and St. Petersburg and left the art college long ago. For years he worked hard as a designer and was engaged in packing, Advertising polygraphy and book design. But at some point he wanted to draw again.

Today, inspired by artists such as Feshin, Serov, Zorn, or the American illustrators of the 50s and 60s, Waldemar is an illustrator who tells about the daily life in his Russia, in a surreal, almost fairy manner. And it’s not always an ideal show to see, even if there’s plenty of irony and sensuality to carry on.




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