January 14, 2021
I find myself really fascinated by archeological artifacts. Whether it be relief fragments, utensils, jewelry, vessels, textile fragments or building ruins, and I enjoy incorporating things like that in my work. The name Break comes from my need for one.
November 16, 2020
I don’t use this type of images very often, but I thought I could make this one into something interesting. So, I created this very minimal landscape that, in a way, still has a bit of realism. I wouldn’t necessarily say that the artwork was inspired by Deafheaven’s album Sunbather, but the name does come from there.
December 7, 2020
I was planning to use the image for quite some time, but it just didn’t fit in anywhere. I find it really tricky with oval or round pictures. So I decided to, once again, avoid typography and just combine it with some cool-looking graphs. The name is taken from the upper left corner.
Out Of Place
October 28, 2020
I don’t really have much to say about this one. It was inspired by an album cover that I had seen a few days before. The pictures are from the Met Museum’s collection (which was a literal gold mine when I found it). The name Out Of Place just came naturally. I mean, how else could I’ve called it?
February 21, 2021
I’ve had this image for ages and it was just waiting for me to use it for something. Initially, I was planning to leave the negative space empty, but sometimes I feel guilty for posting ‘extremely’ minimal designs, so I decided to add the handwritten text in Russian, even though I liked it better without it. If I remember correctly, I was listening to a song called Passing Through by an artist called Yubik and I thought the name went really well with the picture I’ve used, so I stole it (I hope he doesn’t mind).
Dora Lazarevic is a 21-year-old designer from Kragujevac, Serbia. Since early childhood, she showed interest in architecture and different forms of art. After graduating from art school in her hometown, she began working in the field of graphic design. Her works were part of multiple exhibitions. In 2020, she worked alongside 34 other designers on a magazine called Homebound, which reflected on the psychological effects of quarantine. She was also one of the artists featured in Monster Children’s platform, Bright Young Things.