Sunday, March 11, 2018

"Croatian Mountains" painting series

This is a series of Mountain paintings I started in the second half of 2017 and which where exhibited in the Lauba gallery in February 2018. In order to achieve a more personal aesthetics, I decided to do the paintings without using photo reference. Instead, I used a map to mark the most important peaks of that mountain, as well as on-location sketches from my hikes.

"Biokovo"
oil on canvas
290x230cm
2017.

"Dinara"
oil on canvas
290x195cm
2017.
"Sljeme 2"
oil on canvas
290x150cm
2017.

(This is the only painting based on photo reference)
"Učka"
oil on canvas
290x175cm
2017

"Sljeme"
oil and egg tempera on canvas
290x230cm
2017.

These paintings are the second part of the Mountain painting series, which are created in the technique of reverse glass painting – a technique traditionally used by Croatian naive painters from the village Hlebine. 
"Kalnik"
reverse glass painting
18,5x15cm
2017

"Ivanščica"
reverse glass painting
18,5x30cm
2017

"Klek"
reverse glass painting
18,5x15cm
2017

"Ravna Gora"
reverse glass painting
10x15cm
2017


"Sveti Rok" (End of the Season)
reverse glass painting
37,5x30cm
2017



The opening:







Press:
vizkultura.hr
tportal.hr
htimeout.com
gloria.hr

Interview:
jutarnji.hr/globus/
ravnododna.com


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

ANIMAFEST 2018, poster design is OUT

I am very proud to announce that my design has been chosen for this years international festival of Animation: ANIMAFEST 2018, in Zagreb. Tnx for the whole Animafest people!!!

So now, with the help of my dear friends Luka Hrgović and Petra Balekić we will produce a 30sec trailer based on this poster!


http://www.animafest.hr/en
http://www.journal.hr/lifestyle/kultura/film-kazaliste/animafest-stipan-tadic-plakat/

Sunday, February 4, 2018

LA FETE (Tulum) story by Andrija Škare, drawing by Stipan Tadić

A short comic I did, based on a story by the Croatian writer Andrija Škare. This is the first time I did a colaboration like this and I think its really succesfull!!! The title is in french and means "Party" or "House Party" because it was originally done for a french zine named Gorgonzola.