Thursday, January 29, 2015

Our Work Featured in La Fete du graphisme

I'm honored that some of the books which I designed are included
in this beautiful show, "We Love Books! A World Tour in Paris."
The exhibition is part of the Fete du graphisme 2015 and will be open
from January 16 through February 8, 2015.

More about the show here:
http://www.fetedugraphisme.org/evenement/we-love-books-a-world-tour-in-paris/


Monday, January 5, 2015

3rd International Reggae Poster Contest Winners 2014


The 3rd International Reggae Poster Contest just announced the 2014 winners.
I was honored to be one of the members of the international jury panel.

The winners are:
1st Place: Andreas Wikstrom, Sweden
2nd Place: Avi Marciano, United States
3rd Place: Dariush Allahyari, Iran

Congratulations to all of the winners!
You can see more winning posters at the link below:
http://www.reggaepostercontest.com/winners/winners-2014/


1st Place: Andreas Wikstrom, Sweden



2nd Place: Avi Marciano, United States




3rd Place: Dariush Allahyari, Iran

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Anti-Masonic Poster Show Opening in Risiera di San Sabba

I'm pleased to announce that tomorrow, December 23rd at 6pm in Risiera di San Sabba, will be the opening of the show of posters from my collection, "Anti-masonic posters 1941-1942." Posters were created in Nazi-Germany to promote their Anti-Masonic/Anti-Semitic show in Belgrade in 1941. The show will be open until January 31, 2015.
“Risiera di San Sabba” was built in 1898. After September 8, 1943, the Nazi occupation forces used the premises as prison camp, headquarters where deported prisoners were sorted out to be sent to Germany and Poland, raided goods depot, prison and extermination camp for hostages, partisans, political and Jewish prisoners.
Stop by if you're around there.




Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Play Logo featured in LOGOGRAMA

Logograma: Logo Design for Dynamic Identities by Sandu Publishing included our logo for Play Restaurant at the Broadmoor Hotel.
The Play logo is included in the book because it consists of multiple variations of logos which can be adjusted and applied for different uses.

Publisher's statement
about the book's concept:
"Varying a logo makes a brand identity richer and more expressive, though regardless of how the original logo is developed, its dynamic forms must still convey the core values of the brand. Logograma reveals the infinite imaginative possibilities within any given brand by providing an insight into how new logos are generated through changes in colour, form, typography, images and other elements in order to leave a lasting visual impression on the people who see them."

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Golden Bee Global Biennale of Graphic Design Catalogue

The Golden Bee Global Biennale of Graphic Design is one of the most prestigious shows in the world. I was honored to be one of the judges this year.

Golden Bee selected and created a show for each of the judges. Each of us were given 4 pages in the catalogue to showcase our work, beautifully designed by Peter Bankov. 

The catalogue includes over 15,000 works from 74 countries. 
It is worth seeing.
PDF of the catalogue here:
https://yadi.sk/i/BpwdMOypc7prb




Tuesday, November 11, 2014

From SPD's blog:

POW! Which Artwork Landed the Strongest Punch Ever?
by SPD Guest Editor, Steve Brodner

"We asked some of America's most powerful artists which pieces got THEIR blood up the most.
In our choice of going light or strong with graphic commentary in media, quite often the pull is toward stepping lightly and letting the text carry the heavy artillery. Editors and advertisers often prefer the punch to be hidden in the text, leaving the page design, for the sake of keeping the mercantile party polite, to just hint at the force of the subject matter.
The artists below (Edel Rodriguez, Brian Stauffer, Frances Jetter, Mirko Ilic and Peter Kuper) remind us that there are times when the jugular is the preferred target. The gravity of a story can be brilliantly reflected in art that pulls out all stops. I have asked these artists, who are masters of the art of blending graphic beauty with topical awareness and moral conviction to join me in picking a few pieces by THEIR favorite artists who have given them some of their greatest inspiration. And they also selected one of their own pieces."

Complete story here: http://www.spd.org/2014/11/your-3-pixi-asked-three.php


Brad Holland, "The Junkie," 1971, The New York Times, Op-Ed page I discovered this drawing in Graphis Annual (1972). It had such a powerful influence on me, that I decided to pay more attention to my editorial illustration. I was lucky in 1992, to become art director of the same Op-Ed Pages of The New York Times, where I was able to hire Brad Holland to do illustrations for me.





























































My design and illustration for the movie poster "Red and Black"
Directed by Miroslav Mikuljan, Jadran Film, 1985