Saturday, July 30, 2011

Yes, you!

NUG - the concept is fuck you, yes you from fame festival on Vimeo.
NUG for Fame festival 2011

Hello My Name Is


Still don't have time to go out and paint, so I'm trying to sketch as much as possible during pauses between the design projects. As you can see, nothing serious, just quick, loose basic letters that can be used as a guide later at the wall. I really enjoy doing them, it takes less than 10 minutes to throw up these, but I think later they will be of great help. Or at least I hope so. Can't wait to figure it out.

The fill-in came out a bit Askew-ish, and it bugs me out that I get so influenced by some fellow writers even if I don't even think about making something similar to them. I guess a lot of people are walking in the same boots, since artists such Askew are currently working on a whole another level and motivate a lot of colleagues... Maybe I should disconnect the internet or move to a deserted island for a few months to get back on track? :)

 And when it comes down to sketching, here's an image from last weekend's gathering for the end:
Don't drink and write! :-*

The local CBGB

Practice makes perfect

I'm working on some new bits and parts on my outlines, unfortunately I didn't had a chance to take these out on a wall since a week or so. Hopefully this weekend will be more productive than the last one... or two. Not that I didn't enjoyed every minute of them, I just can't recall every part of 'em :D

Speaking of working, I wonder who's the graphic designer who makes these prints that I regularly stumle upon in the window of a local Chinese shop?! I mean, a police guinea pig acompanied with that "punky doggy"  bullshit? Do I need to make any comments or you can come up with your own? ;)

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Kick Ass Clothing

Fresh from the kitchen: new T-shirt design ot he way! More infos 'til the end of the week! ;)

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Refuse/Resist Vol. 08

Just a friendly recommendation for all followers who love good music: if you love these genres, happen to be in Kikinda, Serbia on 20th of August and nevertheless miss this show, you're a retard! ;) In my opinion, this is one of the best line-ups in the last few years, it's definitely worth the fuckin' expensive ticket! (100rsd, circa 0.95eur or 1.38usd or 2.194.4 Somali schillings or .... OK, you got the point, right?) See you there! \m/,


This graphic appears on a shitload of blogs and websites, and although I don't know who created it and why, I find it rather hateful than funny, no matter which side you're standing on: I can only imagine it's drawn either by a "hardcore" graffiti "writer", or a "professional" "artist" with academy degree... Unfortunately on global level there's a war goin' on for public space between marketing companies, traditional graffiti writers and new school street artists and muralists, and instead they all collaborate together, there's a lot of bullshitting going on:( Luckily, I find my town very tolerate towards young artists who are displaying their works on the streets (OK, except for few "officially real" artists or not-so-open minded people) whether it's sticker, stencil or graffiti art! Way to go, thanks to our supporters and good luck to the haters!

Friday, July 22, 2011



For some strange reason I didn't updated the blog with any design related works for a while, so here's an update for this section:  I've designed the logo and corporate identity (letterhead, envelope, business cards, CD/DVD label and paper case) for Internet marketing solutions. Currently we're working on some graphics and banners for the website so expect more updates soon!

Thursday, July 21, 2011


Thanks to my dear friend one of my stickers appeared in Kosovska Mitrovica in front of the bridge that connects/separates the Serbs and Muslims. Based on her stories, some serious shit is goin' down there, and although the region looks like a chaotic war zone (in fact, it was not so long ago...) the people are very friendly and cool. Definitely a "must visit" category! :D

Nuclear Green

While you were bitchin' about the weather:
This is an experiment with leftovers. It was really fucked up today, cold, windy and cloudy, so what else to do than painting a quick piece outside? ;)
nuclear green

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Unleash Your Fingers

I guess this video was inspired by works of Askew...

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Fuckin' blues

Sooo.... What else to do after a long week of painting than go out and empty some leftovers and used cans? I promised myself that I will never use this color combination again in fill-in, since I'm sick of these shades of blue: when I started to paint, we had only some cheap, shitty cans available on the market with limited color line, and even from that miserable color chart the blues were the only with acceptable quality. So I did a lot of blue pieces so far, and now when superturbofancy graffiti cans are relatively easy to get hands on, I'm experimenting with everything else except blues. Don't ask how I ended up in front of a wall again with these, I'm glad I finished them! :) The idea behind this joiner with Enzo was to go out in 40°C and drop a quick burner without any fancy background, characters or effects. Here are some photos shot by Jubikej, and also the full wall at the end of this post. Enjoy!

Senph42 vs blues


Summer of '08

Like Bryan Adams said, those were the best days of my life! :) But, as I mentioned in January, I'm making it this year bigger, better, faster, harder, and so far the plan is working!

Important message

Monday, July 11, 2011

Just chillin'


Stickers in Kikinda: SDG and  KAC, the two notorious crews responsible for most of the art on the streets.

We all live in


This shit helps you climbing the walls. It comes in solid packs of 250g and you carry it in little bags. It's good for you! ;)

Working Class Hero

Sunday, July 10, 2011


Licence plates: sometimes they are very funny, especially the German ones... 

Saturday, July 09, 2011


To all the kids jerking off to deadmau5 because it's so poular nowadays....

Drawing Day 2009

Just found these old photos of the first International Drawing Day event in Kikinda. We're proud that we are the only partners who participated each year since then...

Drawing Day 2009

This was a great party, a lot of friends and kids showed up and this got a lot of media coverage.