The second Poster Monday spot of the day comes from Serbia, it’s entitled Don Juan and belongs to Slobodan Štetic. Slobodan was born in Jagodina. He graduated from the Department of Graphics in the Faculty of Applied Arts. He is a full professor at the Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac. He’s had hundreds of one-man shows and group exhibitions of graphic design, photographs, paintings and illustrations across Europe and Serbia. He designed many books of poetry, fiction, science and art. He is a member of the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS).
Mirko Ilic talks about Slobodan’s work: “One of the interesting aspects of Slobodan Stetic’s poster design is his use of two opposing elements. On the one hand he employs minimum nineteen-century and early twenty-century black and white engravings, while on the other hand he applies many digital effects. This combination creates visually rich multi-layered texture and pictorially saturated surface: poster-fireworks”.
If you would like to see more projects from Slobodan, visit his personal behance page.
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