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Artist Eugene Deko
  Eugene Deko  

Eugene Deko was born in 1968. He graduated from Kharkov Artistic-Industrial Institute (department of wall-paintigs) in 1997. In 90ties he created a various kind of paintings and illustrations for Moscow publishers. Among them were "Black Chicken", "Wite City", "AST" Publishing Houses.

Now Eugene lives in Kharkov. He makes PC games design, elaborates web projects and creates fabulous book illustrations.

Among other things Eugene is AST lead artist in project of Zorich books re-edition. Eugene's Interview (in Russian only) you can find in "Articles" section of this site.




«Tomorrow War» trilogy


The Tomorrow War


'With no Mercy' cover illustration

  'Moscow Time' frontpage illustration  

The Tomorrow War

With no Mercy

Moscow Time


«The Season of Weapon» and «Nothing Sacred» stories collector


'The Season of Weapon' cover illustration

  'Nothing Sacred' cover illustration  

The Season of Weapon

Nothing Sacred


«The Sign of Destruction» trilogy

  The Sign of Destruction  

The Sign of Destruction


«The Vault of Equilibrium» tetralogy

  'Love and Rule' cover illustration  
  'You Win' cover illustration  
  'The Combat Vehicle of Love' cover illustration  
  'The Light of Nighttime' cover illustration  

Love and Rule

You Win

The Combat Vehicle of Love

The Light of Nighttime



Wallpapers and «Soldiers: Heroes of WWII» PC game concepts











Rambler's Top100
AST Publishing declared, that the novel "Moscow Time" will appear in bookshops in the end February. But even now you can learn much that is new about future Russia and get to know many facts, that were not described in first and second books of Zorich's trilogy. The republication of Zorich's "Vault of Equilibrium" goes at full speed. The first book of cycle, "Love and Rule", appeared on Christmas. The second book "You Win" will be published in February. "The Combat Vehicle of Love" and "The Light Time of Night" are on a waiting list! The computer game "Tomorrow War" that made after the novel of Alexander Zorich is very close to release. The experts say that this project will be one of the most prominent space simulator in all history of that genre.