Today, for this first Poster Monday spot, we have a poster designed by Slobodan Štetić from Serbia entitled “Othello” Slobodan was born in 1958 in Jagodina is graduated from the Graphic Section of the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. He deals with poster, photography, book graphics and painting; is a full professor at the Faculty of Pedagogical Sciences in Jagodina, University of Kragujevac. Slobodan has exhibited in hundreds of solo and group exhibitions of graphic design, photography, painting and illustration in many cities in the country and abroad, France, Poland, Finland, Germany, Ukraine, Canada, San Marino, Switzerland, Egypt, Taipei (Taiwan), Russia, Italy, Mexico, Croatia, Lithuania, China, Colombia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Korea, USA, Bolivia and others. He has published more than 200 books, monographs and catalogs in the fields of poetry, fiction science and art. He has enriched his illustrations with more poetry books. He has received many national and international awards and recognitions.
Making a poster about any of William Shakespeare’s works is always somewhat complicated, since his plays have been presented so many times that finding a space of originality is not easy. Slobodan achieves this by far with his poster for “Othello”, definitively moving away from the game of white vs. black and presenting the tragedy in a masterful way.
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