Wednesday, July 1, 2020

The Last Corsair by Alberto Breccia

My recent acquisition of most unique and amazing comic artist Alberto Breccia. The Last Corsair, is his comics from 1972, published by Corrierer dei Ragazzi.





Monday, June 29, 2020

Foreign Legion comic by Alberto Salinas

This is my recent acquisition of Foreign Legion comic page, drawn in 1978 by Alberto Salinas son of Jose Luis Salinas.



Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Graphic Distancing A.C.2020

Here are a few pages from a visual essay A.C.2020. I created this work to express anxiety and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 epidemic. The visual essay is comprised of self contained single page stories.

More about here.










Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Stay-Sane-Stay-Safe in Breda, 2

Few photos oft he Stay-Sane-Stay-Safe installation at Rogdijk - Zwarte Dijk, Breda in Holland.
Stay-Sane-Stay-Safe project was initiated by Lennert & De Bruin and Overdeschreef, and the show was organized by Graphic Matter.The show its aiming to appear in several locations in the following weeks.

Photos by Rosa Menkman.





Saturday, May 30, 2020

Anti-Coronavirus posters in New Belgrade, Serbia

A few photos of my design for an Anti-Coronavirus poster in New Belgrade, Serbia. This campaign was organized in collaboration with Kulturni center GRAD.
Photos by Stefan Gajić.


Friday, May 29, 2020

"Neon Rose" by Victor Moscoso

I recently acquired these psychedelic poster "Neon Rose" by Victor Moscoso designed in 1967 to promote a poster show held, from all places at luxury department store Neiman Marcus in Dallas, Texas that featured the work of various artists.

The poster is very difficult to photograph because of the vibrant colors which seems most appropriate for a psychedelic poster. And of course with iconic Moscoso's  hieroglyphic type which is hidden in foliage on the bottom.

Born in Spain, Victor Moscoso was the first of the rock poster artists with academic training and experience. After studying art at Cooper Union in New York City and at Yale University, he moved to San Francisco in 1959, where he attended the San Francisco Art Institute, eventually becoming an instructor there.
At a dance at the Avalon Ballroom, Moscoso saw rock posters and decided that he could "make some money doing posters for those guys." In the fall of 1966 he began designing posters for the Family Dog and also produced posters for the Avalon Ballroom. Under his own imprint, Neon Rose, he did a series for Matrix, a local night spot. Moscoso's style is most notable for its visual intensity, which is obtained by manipulating form and color to create optical effects. Moscoso's use of intense color contrasts and vibrating edges and borders was influenced by painter Josef Albers, his teacher at Yale. Given Moscoso's artistic sophistication, it is not surprising that he was the first of the rock poster artists to use photographic collage.


Sunday, May 24, 2020

Anti-Coronavirus posters in Belgrade, Serbia

Here are a few photos of my design for an Anti-Coronavirus poster in Belgrade, Serbia. This campaign was organized in collaboration with Kulturni center GRAD.
Photos by Stefan Gajić.