Nicky Lindeman and I just finished designing the poster for the play PYLADE, by the late Italian film director Pier Paolo Pasolini, for its U.S. premiere at La MaMa, 40 years after the author's murder. The production is directed by Ivica Buljan, director of the Croatian National Theatre, and begins performances on December 3 at La MaMa's Ellen Stewart Theatre.
"Pasolini’s PYLADE, a contemporary reinterpretation of the relationship between Pylades and Orestes from Greek mythology and the ORESTEIA." –La MaMa Play is performed by Great Jones Repertory Company with special guest artist Marko Mandić, and it was art directed by La MaMa's Mia Yoo. Photography by Theo Cote.
In their 20th anniversary issue, Fast Company magazine published an article
titled "The Apple Effect: 9 Ways Apple Changed the World With the iPhone".
Fast Company Creative Director Florian Bachleda, decided to hire 9 artists to
typographically illustrate each of the ways iPhone has changed the world.
I was honored to be one of the artists.
I just got a new book from one of the Croatian most famous columnists and writers, Vedrana Rudan, titled "Zasto Psujem" (Why I Curse), for which they used my illustration for the cover. The book is published by V.B.Z. – biblioteka Ambrozija.
I just received book "Covering Print" by Steven Heller, published for the 75th anniversary of Print magazine. The book contains 75 covers which convey Print's importance as a signpost of graphic design evolutionary achievement.
I am honored that one of the 75 chosen covers is mine.
"The curators of this exhibition, Mirko Ilić, João Castro and Marco Balesteros, invited a set of 28 communication designers to research and reflect on the main theme of the Biennale, exploring the relationship between the mind, the individual and creativity.
The participants present over 60 pieces, comprising different communication platforms, ranging from posters and books to tapestries and postcards, corresponding to two main typologies: original works specifically created for this exhibition and more directly related to the theme; and pre-existing pieces that in some shape or form embody the thematic dimension of the Biennale.
The exhibition is divided into two geographically separate presentations: in Porto AS FAR AS THE MIND CAN SEE and in Lisbon AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN’T SEE, containing a range of content that is distinct and complimentary. The body of the exhibition is accompanied by the publication of a newspaper, with texts and reflexions from the curators and participants."