Dima Kashtalyan is an artist, illustrator and street artist from Minsk, Belarus. He uses a detailed technique which he calls dot-work, pointillism or stippling. He started with classic graffiti art, to then develop into art for exhibits as well as commercial illustration. The main rule he follows in his work is honesty driven by the awareness that he is responsible before the audience. Believing that creative work is an extremely important part of human life, he feels it should be treated with care and intelligence. Dima's pictures are a reflection of his inner world, emotions, life and principles. Before creating new work, he carefully thinks through the idea, the message and the artistic means by which he will get his point across. In his art Dima always brings up some issues relevant to modern society and to individuals. To this end, he often uses well-known objects and give them a non-standard form and a symbolic meaning. Dima has taken part to numerous exhibitions and street art festivals and his clients include AFAR Media, Lavazza, Entertainment Weekly, Vista Jet Reichl und Partner, The Vinum We are Talents and various others.
Black & White, Cartoon, Digital, Graphic, Line, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Pen & Ink, Stipple, Technical, Floral, Concept Art
Action, Animals, Architecture, Book Covers, Botanical, Character Development, Children's Books, Computers, Family, Fantasy, Food, Industrial, Landscape, Nature, People, Political, Posters, Science, Scientific, Technology, Web Illustration, Wildlife, Lifestyle