Vlado Vesselinov
The work of Vlado should be read as an expression of nostalgia and fascination with the past – the fashion, design and pop culture of the 60's. The strong texture, reminding of crumpled pages of an old fashion magazine found in the attic is typical for his art. He’s inspired by the effects Quentin Tarantino uses in his recent productions, where scratched film reels pull the audience in the unique atmosphere of a Drive-in theater. As for the colors of Vlado’s artwork, he clearly refers to the psychedelic record covers of Jimi Hendrix or Jefferson Airplane.