Caffeine in Sports

Medium

Illustration for Medium ‘s article “How to Strategically Use Caffeine to Enhance Sports Performance”.

Coffee shops are always filled with cyclists sipping espressos. While, like us, they probably enjoy the taste of coffee, there’s another reason the drink is so popular with cyclists — caffeine’s performance-enhancing effects. ” 

AD: Kamil Klamann

 

Start up

Adobe 99U

Illustration for Adobe 99U ‘s article “Nine Lessons for the First-Time Manager”. The article particularly deals with the startups where there may not have been a manager before. The piece includes advice on how to build respect from people who may have been around longer than you, prioritizing results and operating without training and reassurance.

AD: Lauren Jacobs

See full article here.

Superyacht

Boat International

Illustration for Boat International‘s article about audio visual trends and advances on superyachts.

“Despite the omnipresence of today’s gadgets and gizmos, yachts have struggled to keep up with technotainment onshore. But that’s changing fast.” 

AD:Christopher Whale

Introversion

Adobe 99U

Illustration for article on Adobe 99U  “How to Promote Yourself Online When You’re a Total Introvert”

“The design world seems to favor those who develop a strong presence on social media. But what happens when you’re an introverted designer who shies away from self-promotion?.” 

AD: Lauren Jacobs

See full article here.

Obstacle course

Barron's

Obstacle course illustration for the article in Barron’s magazine about five mental tricks that could make you a better investor.

“The field of behavioral finance offers a few answers. For one, it’s well established that investing is an emotion-laden act. Much of our emotions and feelings about the market are driven by brain biochemistry.”

AD: Robert Connoly

See full article here

The Rockefeller University Campus

Point Five

I was commissioned by Point Five design studio to illustrate back cover of Fall ’18 issue of Seek , the bi-annual research magazine of The Rockefeller University in New York City. Every issue has a cover based on the campus. For this particular issue the focus was on the interior spaces.

AD: Point Five: Nathan Eames

 

 

The Public Space

Modus magazine

Cover illustration for Modus February issue about public spaces.

“The ways our public spaces are used, managed and planned have a massive influence on the factors that make a city a successful place in which to live and work.” 

AD: Sam Walker

Read the full issue here.

Termite architecture

Elementi magazine

I was commissioned by Elementi magazine to illustrate an article about the amazing termite architecture.

“Roughly at the same time as the ancient Egyptians built their grandiose pyramids, termites Syntermes dirus created impressive surface mounds which still exist in northeastern Brazil, and are so numerous that can even be seen from the outer space ”

AD: Ivan Umeljić

 

Target store

Adweek

I was commissioned by Adweek  to illustrate a new Target store for their publication called Brandweek.

” Take a look inside Target’s new store layout, made to improve the shopping experience and win new customers.”

AD: Ron Goodman

See full article here

Electric cars

Elementi magazine

I was commissioned by Elementi magazine to illustrate an article about electric cars industry.

“Researchers at the Institute of Technology in Georgia warn that the cobalt and nickel supplies used in electric vehicle batteries will soon not be able to meet the needs of the industry any more.”

AD: Ivan Umeljić

 

SciFiQ

Elementi magazine

I was commissioned by Elementi magazine to illustrate an article about the the computer program SciFiQ, whose primary purpose is to analyze literary databases and practically apply them.

” SciFiQ is a computer program, a software, connected to the Internet. SciFiQ is able to process and find similarities in various literary works, but also to write on its own. For example, it can look at the manuscript at the atomic level and find identical nouns, verbs, adjectives in a sample of 100 words.”

AD: Ivan Umeljić

Smart neighborhood

Engadget

I was commissioned by Engadget technology blog to illustrate an article about the Google’s plan to build  a smart neighborhood in Toronto.

” The text describes “a truly complete community” that’s free of cars and committed to reducing its carbon footprint. Underpinning everything is a network of sensors that can monitor noise, traffic and pollution, collecting the troves of data required to understand and improve the city’s design.”

AD: Aaron Souppouris

See full article here

Well grown

Futurianz

Three illustrations for new organic store in Belgrade. These illustrations were intended for announcement posts on social networks.

AD: Vlada Gvoic and Marko Zivanovic

 

The Unsolicited Sideshow

Chicago Architecture Biennial

The Unsolicited Sideshow is a pop-up exhibit and event series that will open in tandem with the Chicago Architecture Biennial at the Chicago Athletic Association. The illustration is for the exhibition catalog.

The illustration responds to the central ambition of the show: to explore how ‘otherness’ informs architectural expression.

AD: Joseph Altshuler

Art +Media

New issue of ART + MEDIA Journal of Art and Media Studies is out with my 100 houses project on the cover!

Laser Summit

Hey! The Best Summit of Cheap Laser Graphics will take place for the first time at the QUARTIER GENERAL, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The exhibition is starting with a Grand Opening on 18.05.2017, and ending on 04.06.2017.

Nine rooms to die in

Soiled magazine

I was commissioned by SOILED architectural magazine to illustrate an article about the design and medical ramifications of spaces for palliative care.

“As a dying person goes through their last stage of life, the circle of physical spaces in which they inhabit and encounter shrinks, from their community, down to their living or hospital spaces, and finally down to the bed in a room.”

AD: Joseph Altshuler

 

100 Houses

Personal

I started this project as a daily challenge. Free thinking about space is vital for an architect and I wanted to have some fun with spatial concepts.  No restriction, the only rule I set was to get to it without a plan and keep it quick. I wanted to keep the unconscious engaged. The approach is a kind of problem solving. The solution is always surreal as well as the problem itself. I find this approach amusing, since I never know what the final outcome is going to be.

 

 

Red bear

Bears – In Honor of Spring

“Bears – In Honor of Spring” is an annual exhibition dedicated to bears, an animal which in many countries is a symbol of spring.