Modern graffiti. The technique at first glance seems to be that of graffiti with wax crayons, where a layer of black is smeared over a mixture of colors and then graffiti. In reality the technique is much more sophisticated and articulated. We are facing a digital art realization. The softness and sinuosity of the flower is underlined by patches of color that appear in the background. There is a sort of release of color that descends from the flower, also giving a sense of movement to the image. Tatiana Zhezmer’s artistic taste is underlined by the ability to give a 3D effect to an image that by its very definition is two-dimensional.