Mitya Kharshak (*1977 in Leningrad) is designer, photographer and the founder and editor-in-chief of “Projector” magazine. In 2003 and 2006 he took part in international interdisciplinary design and architectural projects on the topics “Shrinking cities” and “EU-urbanism” in Bauhaus (Dessau, Germany). He is a participant of lots of professional exhibitions and competitions. An author of the book “From psychology of domestic type to graphic archeology” (2006) and dozens of articles on design, visual art and advertising. His works are in the collections of the Russian National Library, the State Museum of Vladimir Nabokov and the State Museum “Tsarskoye Selo Collection”. Lives and works in Saint-Petersburg.