NEIVANMADE (Mykhailo Skop, b. 1993, Lviv) is a Ukrainian interdisciplinary artist and an art historian. Postgraduate in the Lviv National Academy of Arts. The main art mediums in Skop's work are easel graphics, digital art, mural, and multimedia installation. Skop's art work is based on subjects of sacredness and mythology as forms of collective memory and their influence on shaping contemporary Ukrainian identity. Taking inspiration from folk woodcuts, Skop has created artworks embracing iconic images and symbols of the Russia-Ukraine war. The problems of propaganda and stereotypical images of Ukrainians around the world are also an integral part of Skop's art. Skop was a participant in a variety of projects and exhibitions, in particular, “When Walls Talk”, House of European History, Brussels (2022), “Life defeats death. Ukraine now”, Reus, Catalonia (2022), “Ukraine. Under a Different Sky”, Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2022), “War Diaries”, The Why Not Gallery, Tbilisi (2022), “The Great Cellar”, Poltava Academic Regional Puppet Theatre (2021), ”InkBox”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv (2019), etc.