Graphic design


Now You See Me Moria Poster, 2021


Now You See Me Moria is a poster project aimed to raise awareness about the humanitarian crisis in the EU, more specifically at Camp Moria in Lesbos, Greece. The project has compiled over 422 responses from designers who have submitted posters – each of which can be downloaded, printed and placed in public spaces.


Project was exhibited in:

 
Welt Museum Wien
https://www.weltmuseumwien.at/ausstellungen/now-you-see-me-moria

Nederlands Photomuseum
https://www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl/tentoonstelling/now-you-see-me-moria

Foam Museum Amsterdam
https://www.foam.org/about/press-office/now-you-see-me-moria

FOTODOKS Munich
https://fotodoks.de/en

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam,
as a part of a POST/NO/BILLS concept.


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Protest posters, 2020


The posters were created in the protest spirit of the time of the Corona deceptions in Slovenia. On 1.May 2020, Friday's protests against certain government representatives began in Slovenia and continue to this day. The posters were created at the beginning of the protests and speak mainly about the Protective masks affair and the whistleblower Ivan Gale. Visually, they rely on the campaign "Slovenia, my country", which emerged in the 1980s, as a positive attitude towards the state of Slovenia and its future. The posters ironically visually lean on an idea from the past, and the content illustrates contemporary problems.




Senzorama podcast series, 2020 - x

Link to podcast on Radio Študent.





Art & photography




Nine, 2020
acrylic paint, lacquer, polaroid
24 × 18 cm





OM, 2020
20 inkjet prints from 35 mm negative film, acrylic paint, binder
60 × 50 cm





Velvet, 2019
polaroid, plexiglass, black tape
14,5 × 12,5 cm




Undress, 2020
polaroid, destroyed polaroid emulsions, plexiglass, glue
14,5 × 12,5 cm




Splash, 2019
polaroids, blue pigment, binder, plexiglass
24 × 18 cm



DSY, 2020
photographic emulsion on wood, ink, knife
60 × 40 cm


CPSY, 2020
polaroid, marker, acrylic paint
60 × 70 cm







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