Bosnian visual artist whose work was presented in the Tate Gallery in 1984. He mixed historic motifs within today’s framework, and his result spanned painting, tapestry, illustrations, poetic and visual artwork, scenography, and outfit design. He went to the Academy of Good Arts in Ljubljana and trained in the Academy of Good Arts in Sarajevo. He created artwork in cycles, with each routine reflecting a different period in Bosnian-Herzegovinian background. He was created and elevated in Bosanski Petrovac, that was then area of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. He was a modern from the Swiss surrealist designer H.R. Giger.