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Detailed Drawings by Theoretical Part Theoretical Part (or...

Detailed Drawings by Theoretical Part

Theoretical Part (or TAURO) is the creative union of two illustrators, Boris and Daria Sokolovsky. They specialize in ink drawings and illustrations for books, apparel, and musical albums. Besides the freelance TAURO have a lot of personal projects.

Our inspiration is in the cultural heritage of the past epochs, which come to the present times through the portals of antique shops, libraries, ruins and museums. Our aesthetics woven of images, symbols and arcane knowledge, which are stretched like a thin threads from the depths of hoary antiquity.

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