New York Times Digital Design award winner Kostya Kostyuk has just been nominated for a $2 million Innovation Award at the New York Public Library.
Kostyunguk, a freelance illustrator and illustrator of digital content, has a long history of being an innovator and has worked on many successful projects.
His first major work was the launch of the popular Kostiyaz site in 2006.
Kopasov, who is also a freelance designer, also worked on the redesign of Kostylai’s homepage in 2010.
Koscheva is the first Russian-born award-winning digital designer and a frequent contributor to The New York Post, The Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes and other publications.
He’s worked on a variety of projects including, but not limited to, the launch and expansion of the Kostyslai website, the redesign and launch of Kastyslay.
Koscheva has been nominated in the Design in Media category for the Digital Design Award for his work on Kosto, a web-based service that allows people to track their food intake and nutritional status.
Kostyezuk is a native of St. Petersburg and attended the Moscow Design Academy, which teaches designers to be designers.
He graduated from the Moscow School of Design in 2008 and is currently a graduate student in the Institute of Media Studies at Moscow State University.
Kreinbach, a graduate of the Moscow State Design Academy and a senior research associate at the Digital Arts Institute, is also one of the three winners of the 2017 Innovative Designer of the Year Award.
He received the award for his efforts in creating a digital visual and interactive design for a project on Russian history and culture.
He created a digital 3D representation of a portrait of Mikhail Gorbachev and has also worked to enhance the digital experience for audiences through digital art.
He also won the Design and Design of the Month Award in 2017, which he presented to the author and his wife, who were visiting Moscow at the time.
He has also been nominated as the Design of The Month for the 2018 season of the International Designers Guild.
Koschev, who lives in Moscow, was the winner of the 2018 Design of Russia award for the Russian edition of the World Design Awards.