The artist Kristina Evstigneeva created her first vine art object in 2016 as part of the Interpretation competition in the Curonian Spit National Park
. Prior to that, Christina had already worked with natural materials and created small architectural forms. For her competition project, she took the specific willow vine that grows in the Kaliningrad region. As for the object, she chose the image of an elk, the largest animal that lives in the national park.
In 2021, the artist created a series of snail sculptures for the Kaliningrad Regional Children and Youth Center for Ecology, Local History and Tourism.