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The "bright" Future aka The Generation of Zdrastvuytists is an expression of irony against everything built in the spirit of Sovietization and russification of Eastern nations. The general history of Eastern Europe from Communist Block is a canvas of mental torment and abuse, strip off dignity mixed with moral and physical hunger, induction of disonant believes in the name of a "Glorious New Homo Sovieticus". \\r\\nEverything built by Zdrasvuytist Era, (the word "Zdrastvuyte", from Russian, meaning "Good Day", was the very first step of forced Russification of the non Russian people, from here there was created a whole generation of non Russians that were speaking Russian and thinking "Soviet", against the the traditional values and national culture built for centuries in their homelands), is a fantom at the bottom of the metaphoric sea. It is a ghost slowly decaying and spreading its flavourless essences like the overcooked soviet macarony cracked in half...\\r\\nSleep your monster sleep at the bottom of the ocean surrounded by the blue and never, never ever wake up again.


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About the artist

Dia is the creator of the Mooncat character, of the Mooncat World collection and of the Diacelin Art Brand. She is a self-taught artist that lives in Switzerland. She has lived and traveled to various countries, that ultimately have inspired Dia to create her unic art. Art of hypersensitivity. Dia speaks five languages and is interested in ancient cultures, international relations, history and art. 

By this time, the Mooncat World collection numbers more than 50 Mooncats, all revealing different emotions, personalities, characters and styles. In 2020, encouraged by her friends and family, Dia has decided to open her official website and started to share her new creations on social media. Her watercolor and oil paintings are mostly spiritual, created in symbolism style. Fascinated by underwater ecosystems, she likes painting marine life oil paintings. 

 She continuously searches for inspiration from artists like Constantin Brancuşi, Andy Warhol, Gustav-Adolf Mossa and surrealist painters. World of illusions, hallucinations, shells and vivid dreams characterise Dia's expressions. Dia is the official signature on all her paintings and comes short from Diana Soitu.

Other work of Dia

Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)
It's over
Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)
Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)
Infinity and Space I.F.S.F.
Painting, 30x40 cm (w/h)
Grace Mooncat
Painting, 40x30 cm (w/h)
Aldisa Albatrosae
Painting, 100x50 cm (w/h)
Painting, 25x30 cm (w/h)
Fire Light
Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)
Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)
Painting, 50x50 cm (w/h)