FEATURED ARTIST: Interview with Serbia Artist, Davor Gromilovic

Davor Gromilovic

Illustrator | 32 | Serbia

@davorgromilovic | gromilovic.com
We are honored to have, Davor Gromilovic, as our Featured Artist, he is an amazing artist that creates masterful illustrations filled with surrealism and intricate details that you may miss unless your truly looking. Make sure to check out all his amazing work on his wall, and while your over there make yourself feel good by showing some love to a fellow artist by hitting that follow button!

How long have you been an artist? What is your specialty? Where do u find inspiration?
I am not sure how long have I officially been an artist but I had the tendency of becoming one since I was a child. It just kept getting more and more serious.
At the moment I am mostly focused on drawing and I don’t have just one source of inspiration. These definitely change throughout the years depending on the motives that I explore in my drawings.

Do you have a job in the art industry? If So, what’s one thing you don’t like about it? If no, where would your dream job be?
I work as an independent artist, which is basically my dream job. I take upon the projects that I enjoy, and there is no other job in the industry that I would love more.

Do you have a favorite Artist?
As we know there are many great artists both from history and contemporary art world and I find many of them inspiring, not just one.

What is one accomplishment you’ve had in your life? Does not need to be art related.
I always dreamed of having my own art studio, and last year I was finally able to make it true.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 10 years? 20 years?
I definitely see myself doing bigger, more quality exhibitions and projects, still being happy doing what I love.

If you could meet and talk to any person in the world, dead or alive, who would it be?
When speaking about personal life that would be one of my late family members. I would like to speak to some of the great musicians that are not amongst the living anymore. Regarding the professional world, that might be Jan van Eyck. It would definitely be a person that is no more walking the Earth.

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How is one way you make money with your art?
One of the ways is by selling my original artworks, through exhibitions and different projects in which I partake.

If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
I would like to go to Japan and learn about traditional Japanese woodcut and printmaking skills and techniques.

What is your favorite brand of art supply? Whether it’s a brand of pencils or brand of camera or software
My favorite brand of color pencils is without a doubt Faber Castell.

Any advice for young artists?
Trust yourself and have faith in what you do.

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