Can't help admiring an illustrated literary magazine Popshot. I began drawing for it in 2015, at the very first stage of my career as an illustrator. And since that time I can't stop. Nothing commercial, just joy and pleasure of endless experimentation and appreciation from the author of this amazing project.
I'm always looking forward to getting an author's copy, still having a sense of printer's ink, wonderful stories, great illustrations, Royal Mail and Britain itself. And here it is, brand new and as good as always the 16th Issue "The Hope".
This time I got to illustrate a marvellous story called "What we're left with" by Lynsey Morandin, which is about complicated relationships between mother and daughter, sometimes bright and sometimes dark and gloomy memories. I hope you'll manage to find a mother's face which is hidden in the illustration, as I've tried to pursue adding concealed meanings and senses in my illustrations.