Ivan Razumov was born in 1972 in Moscow, in the family of artists. He graduated from the Art College of the memory of 1905 (1991) and the Surikov’s State Academy of Arts (1995). He is widely known for graphic works, which justify his status of «the sharpest pencil of both capitals». He illustrated the books of Mayakovsky, Pushkin, Pepperstein, Shenderovich, Mazin, as well as scientific and educational literature, collaborated with many magazines. Actively worked with a variety of art groups - the Inspectorate of Medical Hermeneutics, FenSo, the New Academy. Exhibited in the Russian Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), in the center of Georges Pompidou (Paris, France), in the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam, the Netherlands). The works are in the collections of the Center Georges Pompidou Center (Paris, France), the Freud Museum of Dreams (St. Petersburg, Russia), Guerlain House Collection (Levallois-Perret, France), and private collections in Russia, Germany, Belgium, Italy, France, and the USA.