Miroslav Krleža (1893-1981) is the most celebrated Croatian writer. Last year I was asked to create a poster for the 10th Miroslav Krleža Festival in Zagreb, Croatia. I created Miroslav Krleža’s profile
My front page illustration for The New York Times Science section on an article about the gene-editing technology known as CRISPR.
Here are a few more pages from a visual essay A.C.2020. I created this work to express anxiety and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The visual essay is comprised of
My illustrations for the Latin and Cyrillic versions of the poster design for the play "The Miracle in Šargan" for "JDP-Yugoslav Drama Theater" in Belgrade, Serbia. The cult play
My new poster illustration for the play The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz in production at Lincoln Center Theater. The poster was created in collaboration with Nicky
Latin and Cyrillic versions of my poster design for the play Alice in Fearland for JDP-Yugoslav Drama Theater in Belgrade, Serbia. The play Alice in Fearland of was inspired by episodes from Alice
The illustration for a poster design for the play Zagreb–Belgrade via Sarajevo for JDP-Yugoslav Drama Theater in Belgrade, Serbia. "In this play, we follow two young writers Ivo Andrić and Miloš
. . For The New York Times Sunday edition special 20th anniversary DealBook section, I created the front page and inside illustrations. For the visual concept of the illustrations, I was inspired by the first
My new comic for the A.C.2020. (After Covid) series. This one is a visual pun on the title of the most famous Marshall McLuhan's book The Medium Is the Massage. Why
On March 22nd 2020, there was an earthquake in Croatia. Amongst others, my high school School for Applied Art and Design in Zagreb was heavily damaged inside. It can not be reopened until
The non-profit organization Moje mjesto pod suncem (My Place Under the Sun) originated in Rijeka, Croatia. Their program's primary goal is to provide children below the poverty line with activities that will enable
For World Review, a special section of the NYTimes covering Athens Democracy Forum 2021, I created an illustrations and an animations for the front and inside pages. At the Athens Democracy Forum, global
The Vast Domain (Das weite Land) is a play by the Austrian playwright Arthur Schnitzler, which focuses on 1890s Viennese society, demonstrating the effects of upper class codes of behavior on human relationships.
Miroslav Krleža (1893-1981) is the most celebrated Croatian writer. For the 10th Festival Miroslav Krleža, in Zagreb, I was asked to create a poster and billboard design. I decided to draw Miroslav Krleža’
Illustration Moj muž (My Husband) for Yugoslav Drama Theater in Belgrade, Serbia. In the play, two actresses play a variety of different roles, analyzing female relationship with men, husbands, marriage and sexuality. Here
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
Illustration for the poster for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia's production of The Glass Neck, a new play by Biljana Srbljanović. The play is about the relationships between women in a
Illustrations for the Dealbook section of The New York Times. Art direction by Corinne Myller. Read the articles here.
client: The New York Times International Edition, art direction: Corinne Myller. Illustration for an article Americans Must Decide Who We Really Are by President Bill Clinton.
client: The New York Times International Edition, art direction: Corinne Myller. Two illustrations created for the World Review section, Democracy Challenged and Why We Need Political Parties.
client: The New York Times, art direction: Paul Jean. Sunday NY Times Arts & Leisure section with my illustration about why the history of American film continues to be a history of American
Wolfsonian Museum's graphic remix project, Thoughts on Democracy: Freedom to Vote 2016, co-curated by Steven Heller with Wolfsonian's Ian Rand and Meg Floryan. For this cycle, I was among four contemporary designers selected
client: New York Times Book Review. The illustrations accompanied reviews for two different books about World War I, The War That Ended Peace and Catastrophe 1914.
client: The New York Times Book Review. Illustration for a review of the book Memoirs of a Secretary of War by Robert M Gales.
client: The Nation magazine's 150th Anniversary Issue. Illustration for the article Home by E. L. Doctorow. "Einstein tells us that scientific knowledge is like a searchlight whose expanding beam brings more and
client: SpotCo and Encores theater. Illustrations for theater posters.
Client: Arena Stage theater, Washington DC.
client: Srpsko Narodno vijece. Remembrance day for WWII victims of Croatian Fascists concentration camp for children.
Client: The Crisis magazine.
client: Penguin Books USA, typography: Nicky Lindeman. Illustration for the cover of the book Un Amico Italiano by Luca Spaghetti.
client: The Village Voice. I'd Leave the Country Buy My Wife Won't Let Me.
client: The New York Times. *Not Much Has Changed in a System That Failed. *
client: Der Speigel magazine.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illustration for the cover of the book All the Devils Are Here by Bethany McLean and Joe Mocera.
client: The Village Voice. The Third Annual Village Voice Film Critics’ Choice.
client: Best Life magazine.
client: Der Spiegel magazine.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illustration for the cover of the book Free Lunch by David Cay Johnston.
client: National Geographic magazine.
Still Standing, September 11th 2001.
client: The New York Times Book Review. Great Tape Hits of the 60’s.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illustration for the cover of the book Tribes by Seth Godin.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illistration for the cover of the book The Postcatastrophe Economy by Eric Janszen.
client: Stanford Magazine.
client: Mother Jones magazine.
client: The Village Voice.
client: The New York Times Book Review.
client: Playboy magazine.
client: Emerge magazine.
client: The New York Times.
client: BusinessWeek magazine.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illustration for the cover of the book Fate of the States by Meredith Whitney.
client: Theater TAS.
client: Penguin Books USA. Illustration for the cover of the book The Greed Merchants by Philip Augar.
client: Der Spiegel magazine. The Chinese Fireworks–Why the Artists Love the Olympics So Much.
client: The New York Times. 2010 The Year in Culture with Paul Jean.
client: Der Spiegel magazine. Asylum's Dark Side, The Deadly Business of Human Smuggling.