Anastasia Beltyukova aka Tribambuka, is an award-winning visual storyteller who connects people to brands and ideas through lively, soulful whimsical illustrations and animations. She uses advanced technical skills and a sharp, bold, and playful style with a Russian Avantgarde flavour to bring brands, characters, stories, and feelings to life. She runs her small studio in East London, working for clients large and small, as well as developing lots of personal projects and art-directing a small indie record label. She got featured in Steven Heller's "The Illustration Idea Book: Inspiration from 50 Masters” and was shortlisted for the CA Illustration Competition and Society of Illustrators Competition. She has a number of animation awards as well.
"Beltyukova's influences include the Russian/Soviet artist Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Russian Constructivism, analytical painting in general, and illustrators of the Russian avant-garde."
- Steven Heller
"Anastasia is a talented illustrator with a style that is at once beautiful, elegant, playful and charming. She created a series of nine detailed illustrations of David Bowie through his career within days of his death for an interactive capturing his different looks and styles, a highlight of our creative collaboration. Her fairy tale illustrations remain among the most beautiful pieces CNN has published, and, like the Bowie portraits, were created at breaking news speed."
- Richard Greene, CNN
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OK TATA - Indian Street Graphics - is an ongoing project, that started with my deep fascination by Indian visual culture. It's a collection of images that were collected between 2003 and 2010 in Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Kerala, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Goa and Karnataka, including painted trucks and rikshaws, walls, ephemera, Gods, hand painted signs and whats not.
I am advised, supported and protected as a member of the Association of Illustrators, the trade association for illustrators.