Heiko Windisch – a Dreamer

When I saw Heiko‘s works for the first time I couldn’t decide whether to pub­lish them here or not. After some time, I’ve real­ized that I was just play­ing too ser­i­ous and as a con­sequence I was search­ing for ser­i­ous look­ing stuff too. And then there was Heiko who man­aged to knock down this pre­ju­dice. It even made me smile a little bit: it was a smile of a kid who is thumb­ing through his favor­ite book.

Put off that absurd snob mask of yours finally, make your­self com­fort­able, make a cup of cacao, turn off that drumm’n’bass or whatever you’re listen­ing to at the moment and put on some­thing more mel­an­cholic. Feel the cosi­ness of that child­hood world when your par­ents some­times used to leave you at home alone for one night. These illus­tra­tions are per­fect for an even­ing like this. View them with a kid’s smile while snug­gling with your sweet­heart and you’ll prob­ably remin­isce some­thing beau­ti­ful from your child­hood. I myself soon recalled books which were the most pre­cious to me as a kid.

So, be more natural.

Aleksandr Pasevin
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Aleksandr Pasevin
Aleksandr Pasevin is Art Pit’s strategist and designer, responsible for organization’s creative solutions. Aleksandr is also actively interested in new technologies, their connection with creativity and usage in cultural organizations. Aleksandr dislikes long discussions and considerations, and he mostly expresses his opinion quickly about whet... Read further >
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