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”Katyoushka” (”Katiuszka”) is a short graphic tale about a young female prankster, who does not like cats,  because she thinks that they are innately evil.  The graphic elements and also font used in it draw upon Russian fairy tales and Orthodox-Slavonic  ambiences.

”Katyoushka” (”Katiuszka”) is a short graphic tale about a young female prankster, who does not like cats, because she thinks that they are innately evil. The graphic elements and also font used in it draw upon Russian fairy tales and Orthodox-Slavonic ambiences.

There are a million ways to travel...Here is one of them..  Postcards and stamps -  Limited edition    Self-portrait

There are a million ways to travel...Here is one of them.. Postcards and stamps - Limited edition Self-portrait

A two-element card designed to celebrate Christmas. I treated the topic with humour, wishing  allan Out-of-the-ordinary Christmas:-).

A two-element card designed to celebrate Christmas. I treated the topic with humour, wishing allan Out-of-the-ordinary Christmas:-).

"After about 70 minutes of the first cycle of sleep, brain waves begin to increase. Brain successively passes through the stages from 4 to 1, that is, in the reverse order than during falling asleep. After 90 minutes, [...]  breathing and heart rate increase, and the eyeballs begin to move rapidly in all directions. REM phase begins. At the polysomnogram [EEG trace of the eyeballs movements, breathing and muscle tone] it looks as if the person had just woken up. [...]    pencil on paper

"After about 70 minutes of the first cycle of sleep, brain waves begin to increase. Brain successively passes through the stages from 4 to 1, that is, in the reverse order than during falling asleep. After 90 minutes, [...] breathing and heart rate increase, and the eyeballs begin to move rapidly in all directions. REM phase begins. At the polysomnogram [EEG trace of the eyeballs movements, breathing and muscle tone] it looks as if the person had just woken up. [...] pencil on paper