Serbian Photographer Exposes Stunning Photos Of Daily Life In Moscow, Russia You’ve Never Seen Before

Welcome to Boogie’s Moscow. These are people sculpted by a brutal, concrete landscape, fighting to survive. This is a world of football hooligans, gang tattoos, boxing… Yet this is not misery porn: There is an inherent vitality in the violence–the enduring toughness–of these images. There is dynamism, there is esprit de corps, there is strength. Continue reading »

Serbian Photographer Brings Slavic Goddesses Vesna And Lada Back From Ancient History To Life

Another set of awesome photography featuring the never-boring Slavic Mythology comes right out of Serbia by renown photographer Marko Stamatović (previously). He has lately focused on Slavic mythology and motifs in his photography because he recognized this aspect of Slavic culture is not promoted enough in our modern world. Continue reading »

Serbian Barber Trims Celebrity Portraits On Customers’ Heads

Mario Hvala, a barber from Novi Sad, Serbia, recently made international headlines for trimming a detailed portrait of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the back of a client’s head, but that was only his most recent achievement. He has been creating “hair tattoos” for the last eight years, and there’s nothing he can’t trim on the scalps of his customers. Continue reading »

Serbian Photographer Creates Beautiful Scenes Of ‘Slavic Mythology’ Tales That Will Blow You Away

Slavic mythology is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, this has been proven again and again by various photographers. This time you will see an amazing work of Marko Stamatović from Serbia. His images have been made with great care as he and his studio made all the costumes themselves, traveled to Kopaonik Mountain just to get that perfect shot. Continue reading »

Let’s Visit Donja Lokosnica, The Serbian “Paprika Capital Of The World”

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Photo by Marko Djurica/Reuters

Donja Lokosnica is the Serbian “capital of paprika”, since almost all of the 1300 inhabitants are involved in growing paprika. As autumn approaches, the whole village turns red, because of many threads of dried peppers, that hang around Lokosnica, waiting for their winter use. Each of these paprika threads is handmade, still dried according to traditional techniques, assisted solely by the sun and fresh air. Continue reading »

A New Design Project Of The Serbian Dinar

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Serbian illustrator Milos Zlatanovic imagined a new visual identity for his country’s currency: the Serbian Dinar. By keeping the color codes of current bills, he chose the give a more illustrated aspect by paying tribute to the fauna of his country with a bear and a bird on 50 and 100 Dinars bills. Continue reading »