MTV Adria promotional films were created for MTV Adria contest held within Magdalena 2005 festival in Creative Briefs category.

Project guides:

"Create an audio-visual idea which can aesthetically represent MTV Adria and implement that idea in the form of a promotional film which will be aired as an art break on MTV Adria. Focus on the excellence of visual communication and perfect production.

Promote MTV Adria by breaking boundaries with new audio-visual expression. Create and not imitate. Entertain. And finally, get across the feeling of a true rock'n'roll medium.

The identity of MTV Adria is rooted in three elements: urban culture, sea and sun. Urban culture because MTV Adria promotes urban culture as an opposite of reactionary kitsch of turbo folk. Sea because MTV Adria thinks that the Adriatic sea is one of the best attributes and assets of the region and is the meeting point of the young. Sun because the weather is nicer when the sun shines.

Target audience:
Urban population aged 15-35 with dynamic lifestyle, without prejudices, open minded, progressive thinking and bold.

There are no rules. However, emphasize that MTV Adria is not a geopolitical entity and does not care about the past. MTV Adria is about the future.

Mandatory element is MTV Adria logotype."

Below are thumbnail links to all 7 films (also can be found in animation gallery).


Orca concept was my entry for "NVArt5 Competition - ACCELERATE" with theme "Images of future transport: In the style of Syd Mead".

Project guides:

"In this, the fifth NVArt competition, artists from all over the world are challenged to create vehicle designs for a future on the move ... transport in the style of Syd Mead.

The Master Futurist, famous for his concept designs in Blade Runner, TRON and 2010, will lead a panel of star judges: Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman (cohosts of Mythbusters), Mark Frauenfelder (founder of Kevin Kelly (the founder of Wired Magazine), Brian Gernand (Creative Director of Kerner), Lorne Lanning (of Oddworld fame), David Wright (Creative Director of NVIDIA) and Mark Snoswell (President of CGSociety).

Together these luminaries will choose the top five entries, who will share in over $35,000 in prizes.

Syd Mead is a living legend. His visions of modes for transport, in all their wonderful and varied incarnations, can be found in films, games, cars, planes, boats and even in the architecture that surrounds us.

Now it's your turn to pay homage to the Master."

  My entry for football club Hajduk 100th anniversary emblem contest held during April 2010.

About CG Sphere project:

"The sphere is arguably one of the most basic and fundamental primitives in computer graphics. Its uniformly curved structure allows for wide field of view coverage, as well as full diffuse tonal range shading. When reflective, its convex shape can reveal more of it's surrounding environment than any other primitive, and when refractive it can bend surrounding light into a single concentrated caustic point. The sphere is an inherent form chaotically evident in nature and continually apparent in man-made designs. From the smallest atomic structures to the largest planetary globes, the sphere continues to be perhaps the most common geometric form in existence.

The Sphere Project is a website dedicated to the evolution of technical and creative 3D sphere design. The purpose is simple; to create the most captivating and visually appealing sphere from our provided scene using your 3D program and renderer of choice. We encourage everyone to submit his or her renders regardless of their skill level so long as they adhere to the rules."

Below are thumbnail links to my CG Sphere entries.


Scroll PC concept was my entry for "NVART 06: MOVING INNOVATION" competition.

Theme description:

"Get small. Think big.
The evolution of portable technology will empower all of us in exciting new ways. To do more, in more places. To bring our home, or our work, with us wherever we go. Or leave it all behind and escape. The elements of technology are getting smaller, thinner, and lighter than ever before.
Which gives our imaginations the power to think bigger."

Project guides:

"We want to explore your vision of the future of moving innovation. Make it artistic and awe-inspiring, but make it something we can all aspire to in the decade to come. Not sci-fi, just amazingly creative.
Show us how your device integrates with the daily human experience in a revolutionary—yet realistic, attainable—way, delivering groundbreaking new thinking on performing everyday tasks. In addition to prizes for best artistic imagery, there will be a special prize for the best product visualization."


My entry for CG Dreamscape contest. About contest:

"CGChallenge XXVI - Dreamscape
dream·scape (drmskp IPA)

A dreamlike scene or picture having surreal qualities.

Sleep transports you to a new reality; where realms are conjured from your greatest hopes, deepest secrets or even your darkest fears.

You are challenged to create, via a still image or video, a dreamscape of boundless possibilities, which will amaze and inspire the world. You can use any style, from comic to photorealistic, and any subject matter that you can dream up.

Lie back, close your eyes, and enjoy the ride as we leave the cold reality of waking life and enter the Dreamscape."


Peugeot Green Egg concept was my entry for Peugeot Design Contest 2008 5th Edition with theme
“Imagine the Peugeot in the worldwide megalopolis of tomorrow”.

Project guides:

"Create a Concept Car which is designed to evolve within the cities of the future, whilst retaining the key values of the 21st century. The projects should bear Peugeot's stylistic codes and must contain the following four aspects included in this design competition: environmental awareness, social harmony, interactive mobility and economic efficiency."

Contest rules demanded at least one image and textual description of entry and allowed maximum of 5 images, one description and one animation.

Below are thumbnail links to my entry images and project description.


Peugeot 707 concept was my entry for Peugeot Design Contest 2006/07 4th Edition with theme "P.L.E.A.S.E.".

Project guides:

"Six letters sum up the philosophy of this fourth invitation to the creativity:
P.L.E.A.S.E. !

Start with a blank sheet of paper and imagine a new type of car:
Pleasurable (to drive)

Particular emphasis in the selection will be placed on originality of design and clarity of the explanations, faithfulness to Peugeot's values, creativity and the quality of the final submission."

Contest rules demanded at least one image and textual description of entry and allowed maximum of 5 images and one description.

Below are thumbnail links to my entry images and project description.


My entry for CG Spectacular contest. About contest:

"The CGSociety is proud to present 'Spectaular - The Challenge' (CG Challenge XVIII), 5 September 2005 - 6 December 2005."

Project guides:

"Your challenge is to conceive and create an image that could potentially become part of future history as one of those iconic spectacular images that grasps viewers by the throat; that quickens the pulse; that excites and scares at the same time.

* The key theme of this challenge is the portrayal of something that is truly a spectacle - something both extraordinary, but within the realm of possibility. A once in a lifetime event.
* Be creative and imaginative.
* Be original. Think beyond conventional imagery."

I decided to create a sight of tree trapped in massive crystal clear ice, lit with background light. Link to entry image is below.

  Shuttle XPC Wallpaper Contest was held in 2005 - below are links to some of my entries to that contest.
  Newspaper ad contest for Citroen C1 model was held in Croatia in 2005 - below is link to my entry.

My entry for "Design for Oracle" contest held in April 2013.

Contest guides:

"Nothing is going to transform business in the next 10 years more than cloud technology. New companies will emerge, old ones will disappear and entire industries will be changed dramatically, all because of I.T.
Bryan Glick, Editor Computer Weekly

Oracle is inviting tech enthusiasts, artists and photographers to design the front cover of the Cloud edition of the Business 20/20 report series, that has been commissioned with Computer Weekly. The winner will receive $3,000 and have their work seen by decision makers across the globe.
Participants are required to submit thought provoking, innovative and original images/artwork, that visualise how cloud based computing will radically transform businesses and the way people work. 
Participants should use the template provided. You can view previous Business 20/20 covers here for inspiration."

Link to entry image is below.


My entry for "Design for Linkin Park" contest held in May 2013.

Contest guides:

"Linkin Park formed in 1996 in Los Angeles. Two Grammy Awards and 17 years later, Linkin Park is back with their new album, Living Things.
Linkin Park are asking designers to submit their best original artwork inspired by the music and words of Linkin Park's new single, Castle Of Glass.

One grand prize winner will have their winning design produced into an official Linkin Park t-shirt."

Link to entry image is below.


My entry for "Design for Five Knives" contest held in June 2013.

Contest guides:

"Hailing from Music City, electronic-punk rockers Five Knives are the perfect intersection of where good old rock n’ roll and electronic music meet. Currently in the studio working on tracks for their forthcoming full-length debut, the band will hit the road this summer on Warped Tour. Audiences nationwide will get the opportunity to experience what is arguably Nashville’s best kept secret.

In celebration of their appearance on the 2013 Warped Tour and in partnership with Alternative Press, Five Knives are inviting aspiring designers to submit their best graphic artwork for a t-shirt design, as inspired by their music."

Link to entry image is below.