My mom wanted me to be a mathematician when I grew up. So I unintentionally went into a completely different direction. Thankfully my journey here was completely natural, sometimes it seems that I didn't even have a say in it. Always walking the line between the logical and the chaotic, creating designs that range from geometrical minimalism to dynamic color bombs.
It began as you might expect.
In a hole in the ground, there lived a Hobbit.
When I was 12 I picked up Photoshop and started working on some kind of small digital art for forums, which were then called signatures. After a couple of years I switched to Illustrator and that really made me think of Graphic Design as a career path. I mostly focused on Logo Design because I had the freedom to explore a large number of themes and ideas without any real knowledge. At that moment I started looking for clients wherever I could find them, grabbing every job I can get my hands on.
Not really sure if I could make it, having 0% talent for design I decided to go to Belgrade's Faculty of Law. Just a couple of years there made me realize that I'd rather do what I love and hope for the best than have my soul waste away doing something I despise.
So here's me 8 years after that moment not regretting a thing.
Even if it's just to have a random chat.