Kseniya Lvova | illustrations, art webdesign, visual effects
Open your dreams and observe how reality immerses into them slowly, twisting and crashing into pieces, to carry you away with it.
“Farewell“ – illustration for “The Last Kingdom“, a trilogy by Vladimir Shirogorov. This is an allegory of the parting of lovers expressed through the image of a tree parting with its foliage. Artwork was featured for Picture Of The Week on 14.03.2011 at Advanced Photoshop magazine (link) and Daily Deviation on 17.03.2011 at deviantart.com (link).
The illustration shows the subconscious being set free from false subpersonalities, which, once created to protect it, can sometimes become dangerous.
Illustration for “The Twilight Chronicle” by Vladimir Shirogorov. Here, I wanted to convey the mood of “The Twilight Chronicle” – a mixture of mysticism and decadence in the midst of prerevolutionary St. Petersburg.
The symphony of our feelings and emotions flies apart in moments that disappear instantly, just like autumn leaves gone with the wind. However, the four seasons are infinitely rotating and would never stop for a moment their cosmic dance. Its beauty is made of the moments when trees are blossoming or delicate snowflakes are melting. illustration for the series of poems by Vladimir Shirogorov. (link)
Like the darkness of night – like the new day succeeds the old one, so the hardships of life change one’s personality and inspire its development.
illustration for “The Last Kingdom“, a trilogy by Vladimir Shirogorov. This image was inspired by the twin characters representing good and evil.
Illustration for collected articles "The Foresight of the Past" by Vladimir Shirogorov. This is an metaphor of the Death of the old order and the Birth of the new one.
Background illustration for Dark Electro Industrial, music analytics website. By this work, I wanted to convey the atmosphere and aesthetics of the music trend, to which the website is dedicated. I tried to imagine how the style of Dark Electro Industrial would look like if it were a living being.