Dima Kashtalyan

Belarus, 1989


Thirty-five-year-old Belarusian artist, illustrator and street artist currently living in Poland. He works with a relatively primitive but meticulous stylistic technique and refers to his work as pointillism.

The main rule I follow in my work is honesty and awareness that I have a responsibility to my audience. I believe that creative work is an extremely important part of human life and therefore should be approached with care.

All my photos reflect my inner world, my emotions, my life positions and principles. I only paint what I sincerely believe in and think is worth doing, even if it’s unpopular or not that common.

Art has a strong influence on people, and the way it does so depends on the author and those who bring the object of art to the public. Before creating new work, I carefully consider the ideas, messages, and artistic means that I want to make a point.

In my art I always ask questions that are relevant both to modern society and to individuals. For this I mostly use well known objects and give them non-standard form and symbolism. Additionally, I try to develop and maintain my signature style with each production.

To enhance the effect of my artwork, I use large format and carefully detail each piece. In this case, a person is more likely to stay at work to check it out and appreciate how much time and effort went into the picture.

Also, when creating a new job, I always try to make it better and more interesting than the previous job, thus developing my skills while drawing.



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Dima Kashtalyan, Self Motivation,
100 x 70 cm Ink, acrylic on paper 2020
Dima Kashtalyan, Far Side of the Moon,
70 x 100 cm Ink on paper 2017
Dima Kashtalyan, King of the mountain,
100 x 70 cm Ink, acrylic on paper 2020
Dima Kashtalyan, Sweet Home 1,
100 x 70 cm Ink on paper, watercolor pencils 2023
Dima Kashtalyan, Transcend the limit,
120 x 100 cm Acrylic on linen 2023
Dima Kashtalyan, Performance,
100 x 70 cm Ink on paper 2017