Mykola Ivanovych Tseluiko (Микола Іванович Целуйко, also 'Tseluyko'), born 3 July 1937, died 31 October 2007, was a Ukrainian painter and textile artist.
Tseluiko was born and spent his early childhood in Slatyne, Derhachi Raion, Kharkiv Oblast. Tseluiko was the third and youngest child in the family. After his father went missing in the Second World War (1944), his family moved to Lviv, where they lived on Parkova (Park) Street.
From 1959 to 1965, Mykola Tseluiko studied in the Lviv State Institute of Applied and Decorative Art, specializing in the artistic design of fabrics.
In 1965, Tseluiko moved to the Kherson Cotton Combine as a fabric pattern artist. He worked there for the rest of his life. He became a leading artist at the Combine, which was the largest textile factory in the USSR.
Tseluiko "created patterns for jacquard curtain and drapery fabrics making creative use of the Ukrai