A series of digital visuals for the Being Boiled event, imagined as in poster form. The Being Boiled DJ team underlined their event as “post-punk synth-pop extravaganza”, hosting a few nights at Močvara, Zagreb between 2016 – 2017.
A2 poster commissioned by Dark Devotion for Popsimonova’s live performance at GK Jabuka, Zagreb, April, 2018
Initially appearing as an exclusive A3 poster with the vinyl album “Destiny Drive” by Konstruktivists, released on Bleak, 2014
“Raw File” (2012) is a series of visuals commenting on beauty stereotypes, the everlasting social obsession with adjusting on a desired level of “perfection”. Originally a set of 4 digitally manipulated portraits, some of the visuals were accompanying the work of the electro-pop project Split Personalities in a series of inserts enclosed with the compact disc “Everyone Is Lost Behind the Headlines” (0.5, 2012).
Photography by Darija Cikač & Neven Muretić.
A series of 4 monochromatic B2 decollage posters, “People You may Know” first appeared as part of the packaging design for the mini-album “Pogled u nefašizam” (“A View To Non-Fascism”, 2011), by Umrijeti za strojem. The visuals are a straight-forward commentary on the loss of individuality and relativisation of human tragedy under the totalitarian circumstances. Each visual refers to historical and modern times, marking the sad fact societies still tend to be enslaved by the invisible authority in god-worshipping fashion.
The work was exhibited at the International Exhibition of Graphic Design and Visual Communications – ZGRAF 11, Zagreb, Croatia, in early 2012 – winning the 3rd international prize (“ZGRAF 2”), awarded by the International Jury: Barbara deWilde (USA), Boris Ljubičić (HR), Rick Poynor (UK), Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFares (LE/ NL) and Niklaus Troxler (CH).
Illustration for the B1 poster series inspired by M. C. Escher and James B. Stewart (2012).