The work is my interpretation of the blessing "Kotly Bulsyn!" and its Russian counterpart, "Будь счастлив! (Be happy!)". I added elements of Tatar national patterns to the typographic compositions characteristic of my style.
The letters seem to be fused with each other into ingots of unusual shapes. Reading golden words is not so easy, but the reader falls under the magical power of centuries of wisdom.
Copper coins of the Golden Horde with this blessing became the second key element of my work. Spreading wisdom among the masses, the coins placed their owners under the protection of magical symbolism. Beyond a layer of patina, one can discern not only texts, but also graphic analogues of well-wishes in the form of "knots of happiness". The knot symbolizes the connection of all causes and effects in the universe, the inseparability of wisdom and compassion — qualities that give a person the energetic balance necessary for a harmonious life. In my case, the conductor of folk culture was a mural at the end of a five-story building, which hundreds of people see daily.
Roman Kreemos is a young Russian artist and graphic designer engaged in various forms of visual art: he paints on street walls, makes clothes, creates logos and posters, and paints.
Both in graphic design and in street graffiti, his works are distinguished by an emphasis on voluminous font and geometric compositions, bright, twisted lettering. One of his largest objects is the painting "God at Work" inside the workshop of a working plant in St. Petersburg.
Kreemos collaborates with very different organizations. Among them are the Flacon Design Factory, the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Esquire Magazine, Puma, the Central House of Artists, Powerhouse Moscow, Talalikhin City Park and many others.