Art as food. Or is it the other way around? No matter how you turn it, Gavrilović is easy to enjoy
This is how Croatian artists see us – then and now. The original motifs of Jelica and Gavrilovićka serve us well a whole century after their inception, but they become even more interesting unpacked, refreshed, rearranged and placed within the modern context, or presented in a brand new way. We like this different view of Gavrilović and the centuries-old tradition that we cherish.
Andrija Maurović, 1939
Retro design is particularly popular nowadays with many artists going back to the roots. Maurović’s poster from 1939 seems resistant to passage of time and from a marketing perspective still works great, even today.
Unknown author, 1900
During the Austro-Hungarian era, better part of promotional materials were in German. Although a product of local artists, aesthetics are recognizably Germanic.
Renata Facan pl. Kušec
Passion or hunger? A different outlook on Winter Salami.
Even in a sausage forest, one always has a favorite. Again, it is impossible to confuse Ilić with any other author.
The great master of mobile graphics turns optical elements into tactile ones. Jelica has also matured somewhat, along with Gavrilović’s experience in the meat industry. But just like our author here, our deviation from the main topic has been very subtle.