Synchrodogs is a photographers’ duo from Ukraine, Tania Shcheglova (26 y.o.) and Roman Noven (31 y.o.), who shoot together since 2008. Their main interest lies in stimulating primitive instincts out of a viewer and in provoking animalistic behaviour and emotions, while allowing entities to embrace their natural beauty. Also, they encourage individuals to stay free from any predispositions and fears that make them feel misperceived. Synchrodogs find inspiration in nudity and in people’s eccentricity. They mix Western and Ukrainian/Byzantine tradition, with references to folklore and local art. Nudity, self-excruciation, human nature, primitivism, symbolism, eccentricity, animalism and intuition are amongst the themes communicated by their artworks. Synchrodogs use their night dreams as a main source of inspiration. The artistic duo has also developed its own meditation technique which helps them acquire ideas.