Ernaste Nasimo started painting Graffiti back in the year 1995 and was recognized as one of the first Street-artist’s in Bulgaria.
The Graffiti scene in Bulgaria was at a very young stage during this period and the presence of advanced artists as well as the availability of books, magazines and Internet was very limited.
This helped the young artist to develop a very personal and unique style.
He began traveling through several Eastern European countries that had just turned from communism into more democratic systems.
Art material, spray-cans, monetary resources and legal places to paint were hardly available.
Even though, Ernaste managed to develop his artistic skills further and finally attended the University of Arts in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.
Within the following years he gained skills in fine arts, drawing, illustration and developed a very unique, figurative style.
Nowadays his work is influenced by post-communist themes, illustrative comic characters and tattoo art and presented on mixed media canvases and installations.
Ernaste took part in more than 40 European art festivals and paint jams, constantly spreading his work on solo exhibitions and group shows.