Stunning Street Art Works by Ukrainian Artist Sasha Corban

Sasha Korban was born in Kirovske of Donetsk Region, Ukraine. In 2006-2011 he worked as a miner at the “Donbass Komsomolets” mine. For the first time he tried to create street art as far back as in 2002. But he thinks that the start of his conscious work on the street as a graffiti artist was in 2009.

Peculiarity of his creative work is representation of “characters”, namely portraits and not tags or typography. He participated in different Ukrainian graffiti festival. In August 2014 he moved to Kyiv. In parallel with graffiti works he started to create easel works for galleries.

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