Artist Alexey Kurbatov Alexey Kurbatov was born in 1985 in Central Asia. He was born left-handed, and thank goodness he wasn't forced to "re-learn" into right-handed. Alexey did not finish university, and immediately with his head plunged into independent life. And to work - what is more important to him. At first the printing press, then the branding agency, and finally - the realization that such an activity is not quite what he needs. Now Alexey Kurbatov lives in Moscow, works a lot, but independently chooses what project to deal with. He calls his technique Alexey Kurbatov mixed. He has little "dead" photoshop to create his works - he uses ink, watercolors and pays great attention to drawing tools (pen, brush or thread). #art #painting #contemporary

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