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Hi I am Veljko Zajc, art director and illustrator based in Belgrade, Serbia.
 
In 2008 I graduated in Faculty of Applied Arts, Department of Graphic Design in Belgrade. During the course of my studies I spent 4 months as an intern in a Paris based studio Lamtar, where I worked on projects for British telecom, Marriot Hotels, Hewitt, Elan...
In 2009 I joined the Popular Communications creative team, a full service creative agency based in Belgrade. In 2012 Popular Communications becomes part of Bruketa&Zinic OM, the largest independent creative agency in the Balkans, which gave me a chance to work with global clients on various markets.
Throughout my studies, and later, along with my full time employment, I never stopped freelancing, because I enjoy the freedom and the variety that comes with it. For 6 consecutive years I shaped the visual identity of Kustendorf, a film and music festival, and took part in many other inspirational projects.

 

Take a look at my portfolio and behance page. I’m sure we’ll come up with some great things together. Send me an email if you are interested in a more detailed description of my resume with a full history of education, employment, client partners, and accomplishments.

Selected Clients:

Coca Cola

Jaffa Crvenka

Državna Lutrija Srbije

Unicredit Bank

Citroën

Nektar Beer

Apatinska Pivara

PepsiCo

Beldocs Festival

Prior (Fructal)

Yuhor

Panvita

Enci

Menci

Smatsa

Kustendorf festival

Fruvita

Extreme Intimo

Mikser Festival

Delta Generali

Silver Lake

Eurodom

Rubin Krusevac

Selected Exibitions:

Other Side, Belgrade, 2015

9th Grifon, Belgrade, 2012

3nd Laser Summit, Belgrade, 2011

Znakovito, Musem of Applied Arts Belgrade, 2011

8th Grifon, Belgrade, 2010

2nd Laser Summit, Belgrade, 2010

Artget, Belgrade, 2010 Posters in Series, 2009

Singidunum Belgrade

Superspace, Belgrade, 2009

1st Laser Summit, Belgrade, 2009

International Biennale of poster 2006, Novi Sad