Kirill Kto needs no introduction – an artist who became well known not because the art community began to notice street culture, but because of his unique artistic language, refined by many years of drawing in the streets. It is impossible to mistake him for anyone else.
His rhymed statements filled with self-reflection create a mass interest thanks to the medium where they are placed – the streets, and foremost to the message that speaks to any passerby. For Kirill, street art is communication and dialogue first and a state, tuning, modality, where the artist wants to exist. The audience is engaged in communication by a strong artistic form: that is how Kirill attracts the attention of the public. He is also trying to mask his persistent feeling of apathy and dissatisfaction with color and a vigorous contrasting form of expression.