Friday, 29 January 2016

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Monday, 5 October 2015


Zagreb, Nuit Blanche event, a part of Rendez-Vous festival 

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

"Allegory of Peace and War" ( portrait of Maja)

"Allegory of Peace and War" the image is a metaphor of the eternal battle between good and evil in it's most direct manifestation. Painted in a city that was torn apart during a war only 2 decades ago, the piece is depicting a female character balancing two jars, one with olives and one with a Siamese fighting fish. Known to be extremely aggressive to it's kind, just like humans, the fish in a closed jar is symbolizing war, while the olives in the open jar are symbolizing piece. 

Sarajevo, Betonfest 2015.

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

"Skinny Cap Thief"- VIDEO

And here it is, another short video of my work in process done by my brother SILK
We had a great time in Bristol and hope to go there again next year
Cool people, great event and a lot of nice walls

Skinny Cap Thief by Lonac from Silkfatblues on Vimeo.

Monday, 3 August 2015

"Nautilus" ( one line drawing)

I've been working on a design for my friends new music album cover.
Dubravko Lapaine is a good friend of mine and a great and inspiring artist- one of the best didgeridoo players out there ( click his name for his website)!!!

His words for the drawing : It is a game of one line of life that creates many forms, and teaches us that something which is not understandable from the zoomed-in state, becomes very clear when we take a distance

                                                         one continuous line drawing

Friday, 10 July 2015

"White Noise"

"White Noise" ( sirens favorite tune)
Boombarstick festival 
Thnx to Klara for inviting me to paint and to Mirna for not breaking the shell

"No siren did ever so charm the ear of the listener as the listening ear has charmed the soul of the siren."
Henry Taylor
Photo by Silkfatblues

Thursday, 11 June 2015

"Where's my Batman"

As a kid I thought my toys came alive when I left the room. Sometimes I would line them up in comfortable positions on my shelf: Spider-Man, Robot Limenko, King Kong, Lego Trooper, T-Rex, Batman and Ninja Turtle. I would memorize that order and their postures then leave the room. As I grew older I realized this was silly... 
but ...wait... 
Where's my Batman!?

Hommage to childhood and pop culture
Proljetno Prašenje, SC Galerija, Zagreb