Born just like the rest. In Split in 1982. School, academy, this, that…

Painting, comicbooks, graffiti, illustrations and so on…

Teaches others. Learns from others, and sometimes from himself. He teaches and holds all kinds of art workshops/classes.

Collaborations – maybe too many. Music? Yes. Bicycle? Yes. The sea? Definitely. A few good people? Yes. The rest is fake anyways.

What and where tomorrow? Who knows. He’s alive. Total madness.

Lucija Bužančić was born on November 15th, 1989 in Split. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Today, she works as an independent author, animator and illustrator in Zagreb

Her animated films are currently produced by the Zagreb Film Institution. The most recent of these is the animated movie “Iris,” which depicts a young woman falling in love with her own image like Narcissus, except that Iris falls in love with her own projection, which she constructs on social networks and identifies with the main characters in the films. The second movie “From the Ghetto” was inspired by the transformation of a neighbourhood in Split. Her series of illustrations entitled “Crowds” are also inspired by her life in a beautiful but sometimes very crowded tourist town. In collaboration with director Karla Crnčević, she has been working on an experimental-documentary project “On the Hill” for this year, illustrating life on Žarkovica. And in collaboration with circus performer Dora Popić on the circus play “The Line”

Lucija Bužančić was born on November 15th, 1989 in Split. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Today, she works as an independent author, animator and illustrator in Zagreb Her animated films are currently produced by the Zagreb Film Institution. The most recent of these is the animated movie “Iris,” which depicts a young woman falling in love with her own image like Narcissus, except that Iris falls in love with her own projection, which she constructs on social networks and identifies with the main characters in the films. The second movie “From the Ghetto” was inspired by the transformation of a neighbourhood in Split. Her series of illustrations entitled “Crowds” are also inspired by her life in a beautiful but sometimes very crowded tourist town. In collaboration with director Karla Crnčević, she has been working on an experimental-documentary project “On the Hill” for this year, illustrating life on Žarkovica. And in collaboration with circus performer Dora Popić on the circus play “The Line”

Luka Duplančić was born in 1975. in Split He majored in graphic design in 1994 from the School of Fine Arts in Split, and continued his visual education in Zagreb, at the Academy of Fine Arts, where he graduated as a painter and a graphic designer in 2000. in 1982. Behind him is a series of projects and exhibition collaborations combining visual arts and the visual communications design: scenography, doll making, illustrations, art design of exhibitions, art workshops, and gallery exhibition programs. He is an active member of several cultural and art associations and has received significant awards and public awards.

Born on 7th February 2000. in Split. Marita spent her early childhood on the island of Brač, which she still considers her home. She graduated from High School for Fine Arts in Split and is currently attending Arts Academy in Split as a Film and Video major. Photography is her first love through which she discovers and expresses her inner world, and tries to show what is around us, yet hidden to the eye. She has participated in several group exhibitions and is currently occupied with her studies at the Academy. Her desire is to keep getting better at what she does and loves, and to continue sharing her personal view of the world through emotion, to others.

Mile Modic was born in Split in the summer of 1980. He spent his childhood playing in Varoš and swimming in the sea on the beaches of Split – Jadran, Ježinac, and Bačvice. Mile earned his high school diploma from the High School for Fine Arts, majoring in photography. He subsequently enrolled at the Art Academy in Split, but, decided to discontinue his formal training when he realized it wasn’t mandatory for his artistic pursuits.

Petra came to the world in March 1991 in Split After graduating 2nd Gymnasium in Split, she went on to major in Painting at the Art Academy in Split. Using painting as her main medium of expression, at least at the moment, she is experimenting with different materials. For all other information, Petra says to look at her paintings – they say everything.