Art, in whatever form, portrays the real lives of the people or individuals who create it. It is a powerful and entertaining way to get someone else’s perspective on something and it allows for the expression of vision in different, authentic, and unique ways. No matter who we are or what part of the world are we from, art is such a powerful tool that is connecting us, when we think about it. There is something about sharing the way we experience the world with others as art steps in to complete pieces that cannot be truthfully portrayed by words alone.
This time, we had an opportunity to speak on the topic of art with recognized and awarded Croatian artist, Luka Duplančić. Luka, an artist and graphic designer born and raised in Split, majored in graphic design in 1994 from the School of Fine Arts in Split. He continued his visual education in Zagreb, at the Academy of Fine Arts, where he graduated as a painter and a graphic designer in 2000. Behind him is a series of projects and exhibition collaborations combining visual arts and visual communications design.
Behind the visual identity of The Daltonist (logo and its following illustrations) that are so loved by our guests, is Luka himself. We often receive compliments for the artist and his work, so today we are bringing you this interview to get to know this talented and fascinating artist better.