Mirko Ilic

Mirko Ilic is an American graphic designer born in Bijeljina. He studied Applied Arts in Zagreb and published his first comics in publications like Omladinski tjednik, Lasta, Tina and Pitanja from 1973. He was also art and comics editor of the students’ magazine Polet. He formed the Novi Kvadrat artist group together with Milan Trenc,

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Boro Pavlovic

Boro Pavlovic was born in 1954, Bosnia. He got his degree in fine arts in 1979 and began working as a decorator in the Croatian National Theater in Split. In addition, he drew the comics series ‘Les Chroniques du Chevalier Tarwe’ and ‘Roxalane’ for the French publisher Les Humanoïdes Associés. Pavlovic settled in Oslo in

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GASP! Editions

GASP! Editions published a special on the theme of the post-war Sarajevo with a team of young artists and writers. The represented artists are: Edin Alic, Mirsad Agic, Senad Begic, Dragan Rokvic and Benjamin Herzberg.
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Mitar Vasic

Mitar Vasic left Bosnia in 1992 and moved to The Netherlands. He started a study at the Art Academy in Utrecht. His comics have been published in Dutch comic magazine De Stripper.
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Enisa Bravo

Enisa Bravo is a young and very promising artist. She is currently studying art techniques at the School of Arts and Crafts in Sarajevo. Her first comic was published in Bosnian underground fanzine Niznaf.
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Ahmet Muminovic

Ahmet Muminovic is an artist from Former Yugoslavia. He has published albums like ‘Prvi Abdest’ and ‘Babo, Sta je to Kur’an?’ with the publishing house El Kalem. He was a regular contributor to the Oslobodjenje daily, the official publication of the Comunist Party in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In the 1980s, he illustrated several stories of the French-Italian

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Miroslav Slipcevic

Miroslav Slipcevic (Mimi) was born in Bihacu in 1978. He graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Bihac, and then attended the Art Academy in Sarajevo. He has published in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro. He has made comics like ‘Wendol’, ‘The Score’, ‘Wor Philharmonic’ and ‘Kapsul’, which were published in magazines like Latrinivm, Urban

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Sasha Peric

Sasha Peric was born in Lukavac, an industrial town in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He finished the electrotechnic school and has made drawings and paintings since early childhood. Besides comics, he works as a graphic designer since the 1990s. He has published his work in many Bosnian magazines and newspapers such as Otpornik, PoliKita, Feniks, Lukavac

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Berin Tuzlic

Berin Tuzlic was born in Sarajevo in 1969, where he completed his primary and secondary education. In 1989, he published his first comic called ‘Tarzan’ in Sarajevo magazine Male Novine. In 1993, he made the comics ‘Cvijetni Macak’ (‘Flower Cat’), ‘Zambak’ and ‘Bosman’ for the Transinternational Production House in Sarajevo. In 1995, Berin Tuzlic left

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Philip Andronicus

“Sit down, because this story could take a while … Upon completion of the elementary school I started secondary school of Applied Art that was located in another part of Sarajevo from where I lived. Since this was immediately after the last war (1995), to go to this school was even going to the army on

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