These are the final posters. The first two images are Back/Front of a B0 size poster that was folded and inserted in a book. The second one is also a B/F poster, B3, but this one was used as envelope, holding a set of balloons. The first idea was to create the entire image of Tijana from balloons, but unfortunately I had to abandon that idea since there was no printing place that could do that job in Belgrade. So I had to change it and make only the face printed.
This was a pretty good idea and we did a great job with the arrangement of elements and the atmosphere, but unfortunetly we didn't have a tripod, and since we worked in a dark enviroment, we had to open the focal up to 800 ISO, which resulted in grainy and blurry images. Since it was meant to be printed in large format, I had to abandon this idea.
Nevertheless, the images turned out great. Photography by Ivan Zupanc.
This was my response to the topic of birth. The concept of birth was done in 9 stages by 9 different designers. Every designer had a month for himself.
The third month is characterized by negation, both physical and psychological. There are no visible changes indicative of pregnancy, but the pain and nausea are constant. It all results in nervous derangement (if a pregnant woman commits a murder between the 3rd and 5th month of her pregnancy, she can quote mental incapacitation as the reason and see all charges dropped).
Thus the name of the work: "Tell me, I don't want to know." This work was done in 2006.
Some illustrations I did in 2006. The idea was to communicate the brand image and strenght by combining people and their animal character representations. Here is one illustration I did combining the German Shepard and "Joliet" Jake Blues.