Dimitrios Ikonomou studied Art History and Creative Writing at Brown University in the United States and continued to Sweden to study Industrial Design at Umea Institute of Design. Following the completion of his studies, Ikonomou worked as a commissioned sculptor for Piet Hein Eek Studio in Eindhoven, Holland, creating busts of immense proportions out of waste material from Eek’s workshop. Upon conclusion of his commission with Piet Hein Eek, Ikonomou returned to Cyprus.
Among others, Ikonomou has worked with the Nicosia Tourism Board, the Bank of Cyprus, the Cyprus Museum of Archaeology, and the Cyprus Handicraft Services. As a visual artist, Ikonomou has shown his work in various group and solo exhibitions, both in Cyprus and abroad. As a VR filmmaker, Ikonomou is co-founder of The Green Line Project, which premiered their first film, The Green Line, in May 2018, at the Cannes Film Festival. The Green Line has subsequently been selected for over 20 film festivals, winning Best VR Film four times.