Krasnye Zori st., 21



Dmitry Aske (Aske)

He began his career as a graffiti artist in 2000. He is currently working on projects as an independent artist.

The artist created the piece in his unique style. It comprises multicolored parts and forms a pattern resembling a mosaic panel or a stained-glass window.

Harmony is Dmitry's first large-scale painting, created at the 2013 Art Ovrag festival. The artist's works can be seen in public spaces in Moscow, Vladivostok, Tula, Salavat, Odintsovo, and near St. Petersburg. There is a huge plywood panel by Dmitry in the building of the Leningradsky Railway Station in Moscow.


Dmitry takes part in educational activities. He gives graffiti and street art lectures. Since 2005, he has been the editor-in-chief of Vltramarine, a graffiti and street art web magazine.

"Anyone can see your work in the street. When you are painting in a city, you need to be ready for questions and comments from passersby. Despite this, creation may be a kind of meditation, when you are completely immersed in the process,"

— the artist said in an interview to vltramarine.ru

Art Ovrag 2013. Vyksa, Nizhny Novgorod region, Russia, May 30, 2013.