Published by Junsuke Yamasaki we present a series of spreads from the Russian youth vanguard's acclaimed book
March 20, 2012
We continue our SV interview series with the most promising new wave Russian illustrators
- Text by Kemal Tarba
Before delving into illustration art, Tata Malova was a dancer. From the age of five, she knew nothing but a world of dance. But now, Tata claims, she sees the world through prism of illustrations. Tata studied at Art-Design in Boris Mikhailov’s group.
Satellite Voices: What makes you special?
Тata Malova: What makes me happy also makes me special.
SV: What does the future hold for you?
Тata Malova: My professional future depends on my audience but my personal choice for the future is already made, and now you can see its early fruits. Great happy future!
SV: What's on your spring playlist?
Тata Malova: The beginning of spring I start with last year’s music and fly off to nostalgic first spring days, and then I collect new music with new fresh ideas and travel filling myself with new visions! For instance now Lord Huron’s "The Stranger" is playing, with this song I'm riding a bicycle in light dress towards the Sun somewhere in the woods amidst mountains.
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