Bozik lives in the Russian city of Kazan. He loves drawing, something that is very recognisable in his constant creative approach where heart and soul are poured into all his projects.
His works are usually a reflection of his surroundings and himself, often with powerful and energetic results when finished.
If you ask him where he gets his inspiration, you will hear:
"There is no better artist than nature".
That is why he adds colour to his works of art, simply to enhance the wonderful beauty of this world lost in the construction of concrete and steel. With his artworks, he breaks through the greyness of our square boxes, walls and buildings. It is therefore only natural that he paints on the street, adding a light and bright, positive work of art to the environment.
Bozik's style has its roots in the ancient techniques of the Australian Aborigines. Dot-painting - or drawing with dots - is thousands of years old, and in his eyes it is the perfect match for graffiti. It's not just spray cans that keep him busy: he also creates artworks of every type, style and complexity, on walls, canvases... We've even seen him work on skulls and small notebooks!