Before the war, I traveled around the cities and made videos on graffiti culture.I painted to order and I already had an exhibition scheduled for March. I also launched a series of my T-shirts. But one day everything changed.
Waking up from an explosion on the night of 23 to 24, I thought that I had a very developed fantasy and it seemed to me that these were explosions. But somewhere deep in my soul, I knew what it was.
The first 7 days there was a complete misunderstanding of how and what can happen. Well, I knew one thing for sure, that I wouldn't go anywhere.
For now, I stopped counting the days. My life has changed. We are in a situation that we can only adapt to. In this difficult time, the main thing is to keep a cold mind and patience.
I stayed in Kharkiv, I don't want to run away. It looks like I'm being kicked out of your own home. But why should I run away from the house where I live?
There are about 30 percent of people who stay in the city that I and people like me can help. There are a lot of elderly, inactive people. And if everyone healthy and young leaves, then who will take care of the elderly, mothers and children.
I don’t know what will happen tomorrow, but for today I want to say that we cannot be broken so easily. "Glory to Ukraine! Glory to heroes!"