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Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov
Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov

Details

200x250 mm 

160 pages 

1000 copies 

1d edition 

Languages: English and Ukrainian 

Hardcover 

2024
ISBN 978-617-7948-44-4



Zagrava. Sergiy Maidukov

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Zagrava — is an artbook by the artist Sergiy Maidukov, which documents the experiences from the beginning of February 2022, when there was talk of a major Russian invasion of Ukraine, until the mass shelling in May 2023.


In more than 50 illustrations, Sergiy Maidukov recreates the events of a year and a half of full-scale war, working with various media: pencil, ink, paper, tablet. The images of the author's weekly column for the German periodical Zeit Magazin became the basis of this artbook. It is also supplemented with black-and-white sketches and sketches that expand the story. This is how the drawings, which work with private reflection, turn into pages of a large-scale war: the first strikes on Kyiv, the defense of Bakhmut, the daily shelling of the country in the spring of 2023, and the changes taking place both in cities and people.


This artbook includes a conversation between journalist Oleksii Tarasov and Sergiy Maidukov, which is a kind of continuation of their dialogue from the first artbook KYIV by Sergyi Maidukov, published in 2021.


Team


Publisher: ist publishing 

Author: Sergiy Maidukov 

Texts: Oleksiy Tarasov 

Design: Grafprom studio 

Producer: Andriy Bozhok 

English translation: Maria Pravda

Copy editing of the English translation: Zoe Turner

Copy editing of the Ukrainian texts: Viktoria Berkut

Proofreading: Iryna Kurhanska



Sergiy Maidukov is a Kyiv-based artist. He has been working as an illustrator since 2011. Maidukov collaborates with different foreign magazines and media such as The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and others. His clients are Google, Adobe, British Royal Dance Academy, Kyiv Central Department Store and other brands and corporations. 


Maidukov illustrated several books. In particular, Executed Renaissance by Osnovy Publishing House and 2001: A Space Odyssey (2016) by Moppet Books. Several of his illustrations are in The Library of Congress (USA). Maidukov's works were featured by 3x3 Mag Magazine, AIGA The Eye on Design, and on The AOI's longlist. Since 2015, Maidukov has been curating regular illustration workshops. They are dedicated to various Ukrainian cities (Odessa, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv). Maidukov's illustrations were exhibited in Kyiv, Berlin, Hong Kong and Paris.