About illustrator David Bou


David Bou (Dovydas Baksys) is an independent creative Lithuanian artist who specializes in illustration and visual art. He has 8 years experience in advertising as an illustrator and graphic designer (indoor agency and freelance). His main focus is an traditional and digital art. Also he experiments with sounds and creates ambient, drone, noise music. Currently David Bou is living and working at the capital of Lithuania - Vilnius. David is interested in psychodynamic psychology studies which is a source for his ambient art. Now artist works as a freelance illustrator. In his free time, he is studying Psychodynamic theory, cycling, fishing, creating sound arts also artist work with wood techniques, he is a wood artist of the traditional Curonian Spit weather vanes.


Vaga Publishing, Nieko Rimto publishing, IEVA Fashion magazine, IKI, Maxima, SEB, Lost&Found casting, Caparol, Revoliucijos Ideja, Vytautas mineraliniai vandenys, The Gambler movie, Volfas Engelman, K Special, TV3, Not Perfect agency, Adel Taivas Ogilvy agency, TezTour, BMW, Realco, SummerWild Productions, Citadele, US Air Force, Delta Group, Euroleague, Fjallraven, Nintendo. Illustrated over 22 books

Featured in

CFSL06 Artbook (Paris, France), DeviantArt, Flickr. Illustration served Bored Panda, Fubiz, Design Father, www.awesomeinventions.com, designyoutrust.com Castle Magazine, Revolution art magazine. Exhibitions: Botanical art at VU Botanical gardens, Sound art performance at National art gallery, Sound art performance at Pokšt gallery, Sound art performance at studio Meistras ir Margarita, Sodas 2123 Sound art performance, Dalyvavimas parodoje ”Menas be stogo” (2021, 2022) Kaunas International Illustration Biennial – Jump Project “Neatšaukti atidarymai” - group exhibition ILGESIAI Sodas 2123 “Umede festival” -sound art performance “Imaginary walks” "Not canceled openings" - Exhibition: First sleep. "Not canceled openings" - Exhibition: Second sleep (Psychodynamic art) "Not canceled openings" - Exhibition: Botanical watercolour paintings