Vladimir Grig inherited his illustrational skillset from traditional soviet practices, spending numerous years perfecting his image of artistic creation. The majority of his works contain a slight twist on graphical design which includes images from the ‘50s and ‘60s.
Using technological advancements as well as historical artistic perspectives, Grig connects the everyday lives of our past, our present, and our future. Drawing the most inspiration from within him; dreams, memories, and fantasies about an idealistic and romantic past are a driving force behind his artworks.
Grig’s allusions that life, time, and beings in existence are a cyclical phenomenon suggest a unique perspective rarely attempted. At the same time his art contains mysticism which is characteristic of early Russian literature from the beginning of the 20th century.
His works are in the collections of the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. Art Museum im.Kovalenko Krasnodar. Soil Science Museum them. Dokuchaev St. Petersburg. Petersburg Culture and Arts Foundation "Pro Arte" Kaliningrad city Art Gallery. The collection of the Central exhibition hall, Krasnodar.