Alexey Kislow was born in soviet town Murmansk-60 but grew up in Sevastopol where he still lives. He got interested in graffiti after school but didn’t choose the artistic career immediately. After receiving education in physical and biomedical electronics, he applied to Samokish Art School and studied graphic design. He began elaborating his style under the influence of Alexander Votsmush, Modigliani, Fernando Botero and Moebius. He prefers to draw surrealistic characters in deserted spaces. But he also works on large-scale projects and festivals, e.g. Wynwood Walls in Miami.