Take it all literally, both “synchro” and “dogs”.
We used to answer “3 years ago”, but now I see it’s almost four.
We never work separately as we just hang out together all the time. Two people is quite much for a team, if one of us has the idea we think it over and build into a better one.
We do believe there is God that keeps everything going as it is and helps if you sincerely ask, but we barely believe in Church partly considering it some kind of fanatic institution.
Ukraine gives us all the resources to shoot – weird people, kitchy lifestyles, unsure locations, which we are grateful for. Moreover, this country partly brought us up, made us consider “sleeping on the floor” or “sing a fork instead of door-handle” to be absolutely normal.
The project we are working on deals directly with Ukrainian people, but no details until it is published.
We set no plans as we never know what happens tomorrow, we spend many days in trains now looking for the victims to shoot and this fact itself brings us into a great adventure.
We wanted to make the collection look like if it was created for a boyish girl that still remains girlish, visual elements are added to catch her immodest nature, her slender and unpredictable spirit.
Tania & Roman, thank you for the interview.