Motion graphic by Mario Nikolic Movement
Last Day Highlights
Here we are: the fifth and last day of Begrade Behance Campus. We had a tight schedule today, ending with a crowded awards ceremony for the most shining stars across our workshops. Much has happened, and you can check out a full coverage if you keep scrolling. In a nutshell, today we honored the discipline of graphic design with workshops and a dynamic Spotlight presentation by prolific designers Braca Burazeri. To get a bit away from the haze, people could drop by the Nordeus Lounge and make the finished characters fight in the game made on-the-go.
It has been an honor being with all of you in this journey! Be sure to read till the end to have your curiosity piqued about one feature of the upcoming 99u Local Belgrade (September 2015; be sure to apply for a spot).
Portfolio Reviews: Graphic Design
–  Powered by UniBrand, EXTREME, FluidUI and   
Yesterday was all about photography - today, it's graphic design's turn. Again, three luminaries, holding three workshops, which this time were powered by three prominent industry leaders. One workshop was held by Milos Ilic, creative director of creative agency, part of the top-rated global advertising network TWBA. Powered by EXTREME - the "software in one place" license provider. Then, there was independent graphic design studio Lorem Ipsum from Belgrade, powered by UniBrand, one of Serbia's leading brand strategy consultancies. Finally, we had prominent designer and design scholar Borut Vild, who used to be the creative director of Belgrade's Center of Contemporary Art and one of the organizers of the conference Designer: Artist or Universal Soldier. Powered by our international partner Fluid UI mobile prototyping platform and infogr:am.
To all designers out there, we should tell that for the occasion of this Campus, UniBrand has announced a major competition for creatives, which will result in an internship and in possible hiring. Be sure to check out the brief right here.
Spotlight Presentation - Braca Burazeri
The very famous design duo Braca Burazeri (Serbian for something like "Brothers Bros") told their career, creativity and insights story in front of a very crowded audience here at Design Hub at MIKSER festival. Theirs is an exciting path of discovery and evolution. The Bros started out as graffiti writers, then went on to work for a TV network for a couple of years, until they established their own studio and, under this new solo career path, the popular fashion brand Dechkotzar. Characteristic of their work is an incredibly prolific production through the years.
Through a conversational, at times hilarious, but heavily insightful tone of their story, Braca Burazeri taught us that every experience is valuable. All you have to do is work hard and be ready to take the path onto which your creation is taking you.