BRICKSPACER: A VISUAL WHIZ AND INNOVATOR FROM MOSCOW

"What makes russian artist Stepan Khristoforov (aka Brickspacer) so alluring is the spirit of spontaneity that is engraved in its very identity."

By Balthazar Malevolent

BRICKSPACER: A VISUAL WHIZ AND INNOVATOR FROM MOSCOW

Brickspacer is a 3D artist and director based in Moscow.

The attitude of spontaneity that is imprinted in Brickspacer's fundamental personality is what makes it so appealing. He incorporates elements such as graffiti into a bold artwork that demonstrates the inventiveness of a new kind of vision. This is demonstrated by a brilliantly constructed image of a hidden statue spray-painted with pink graffiti and standing tall among the data swirls of a high-tech cyclone. Viewers can marvel at ferocious visuals of a green apple transforming into the next iPhone, pictures of floor-to-ceiling lights dancing in forms, and a nebula of emojis changing before their eyes.

Brickspacer's artistic direction and design skills make him a brilliant luminary. The meticulous details weaved in the dramatic architecture that demand the gaze of innumerable onlookers are cherished in his artistic style. Brickspacer's aesthetic is continually evolving, as his work incorporates more whimsical illustrations such as pixel art, hinting to video game inspiration. The multi-talented artist possesses a diverse set of abilities that open up unlimited options for work that may be used across multiple platforms.

As a creator, Brickspacer adds a sense of adventure and surprise to the table. As he delivers his spectacular sights, he keeps spectators in constant wonder and suspense, especially throughout the days of this current pandemic. He's created various videos of tatted rubber ducks fighting the coronavirus in a symbolic and unifying way, which puts awareness in a more humorous perspective, which is much appreciated given the current mood. With his own distinctive creative flair, Brickspacer continues to captivate and keep things fresh.

Brickspacer

In other news, Rick Owens Fall 2021 fashion show. On the subject of underthings, the pentagram briefs from the January men’s show reappeared here wrapped around evening clutches, the implication being that these alien females had handled the “unhinged male aggression” that those briefs signified.

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