We are in 2013, and under the veil of democracy, a fucker by the name Putin still controls all of Russia. All of it ? No, the hidden city of Chelyabinsk, is situated behind the Ural Mountains, at the border of Europe and Asia. This city, has bravely suffered a meteor shower a couple of months ago, but also shelters a handful of diehards who are set on not allowing their art be censured by the current post soviet regime. Even if a couple of months ago the sky fell on their heads, Gleb and Kostya calmly continued their work through and through. Armed with their graphic palettes and a dripping, dark imagination, our heretics still make monstrous visuals, each one worse than before, many of them inspired by renowned illustrators such as Jim Phillips and even Angryblue. If they drown on vodka, it’s more likely that the pair are incensed with a bong hit, cognac or brandy, knowingly regurgitating our western culture with one word to summarise it : Ottyag (Party Hard). Their name of goodwill perfectly complements their lifestyle and what they portray in their illustrations : disgusting and dark as far the eye can stretch. Of course, like many other Russians, they explained to us that they only dream of exile or change, making us want to give them a hand by exporting their quality labour towards regions and countries where they will be more valued. Rasta zombies, a mix of skate-punk and rock vintage are among some of the reasons that push us to leave you with this portfolio, which showcases only a small part of their talent.