Artist and RUSSH muse Stanislava Pinchuk shares her favourite memories from the unveiling of Hennessy’s #HowWeHennessy campaign in Melbourne.
I go where you go. To celebrate Louis Vuitton’s Time Capsule exhibition at the Chadstone shopping precinct, filmmakers and artists Ben Clement and Stanislava Pinchuck, aka Miso, take us on a journey in space and time.
“Headspace, I need a route out of my headspace.” More and more we find that exercise is essential in living a creative life. Here we speak with artist, Miso, who is involved in Nike’s most recent running campaign #RunByRebels, on how running fits into her life and benefits her creative process.
Visual artist, tattoo artist and friend of RUSSH, Ukraine-born Miso – aka Stanislava Pinchuk – creates works that are deeply personal and painstakingly detailed. Her latest and largest work to date, Sarcophagus, takes viewers to the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone.
From the floral interiors of an overnight train, to the Wes Anderson-esque Hotel International – visual artist Miso captures the beauty of the Ukrainian capital.
“Tangier had been cropping up in my life in really funny ways – which I guess isn’t too strange for a port city where continents meet, or for a place that has offered artists refuge for so long, or for someone so fixated on textiles & tattooing.” Visual artist Miso, real name Stanislava Pinchuk, offers RUSSH a glimpse into the magic and madness of Tangier, Morocco.