1. Which qualities of personality help an artist to make art and which hinder?

The ability to look honestly and open-mindedly into the essence of things. To work with what really seems important. The desire to please everyone, the game of conjuncture, fears.

2. What is your favorite pastime besides art?

Books, video games, sports, friends. Everything like everyone else.

3. Have you ever had a situation in your life that influenced your art positively/negatively? Or greatly changed your views on what you do?

There was a turning point. Quite some time ago. I came to realize that graffiti is not a competition, but first and foremost a creative endeavor. It helped me to free my head from unnecessary things and concentrate solely on my feelings and thoughts, discarding interfering prejudices. That's how my style was born.

4. Who would you like to talk to of any person who has ever lived or is living now? Why this person in particular?

The first person who comes to mind is Viktor Tsoi. His poems have been captivating and mesmerizing me since I was a child. His creativity, as if a red thread runs through my life, resonates in me. For all its apparent simplicity, I find new and new meanings in his lines every time. I have always wondered how one person could contain so much and, most interestingly, how he could express it so succinctly and clearly in words.

5. How does your art change the world, the cultural component, and you yourself?

My art is probably more about inner experiences. I consider it a crime against myself not to work with my thoughts, formalizing them, giving them life and freedom. There is no task to change someone or something, there is a task to create.

6. What do you think about the future of contemporary art? 

Like everything. Tomorrow today will become yesterday.

7. What do you think about the ups and downs of NFT? Do you have any NFT projects?

It seems to me that it's more about business than creativity. I could be wrong, but that's how I see this thing. In the early days of NFT, I was interested in the issue, but I quickly realized that analog creativity was closer and clearer to me.

8. What is the most valuable thing for you (in the world, in life, in creativity)?

Value is in creation.