Feng shui, if we completely simplify it – which is the way to improve our life conditions – is the practice of harmonizing the elements: Metal, Earth, Fire, Wood and Water. Each element has its own characteristics, as well as duality. Each element has its yang – male and its yin – female nature.Continue reading “Water”
Graphic concept by Tasha Balkanski
The Earth’s Big Bang happened between four and five billion years ago, and the planet will live a total of about 12 billion years before it is either devoured or scorched by the Sun, ultimately, a red giant. However, if we illustrate the history of our planet with a clock on which one hour marks billion years, we can see how the presence of animals and plants is noticeably short, starting around four and ending around five o’clock.Continue reading “The Pliocene Woman”
Graphic Novel by Nemo Balkanski
“I remember a time of chaos, this wasted land…” is a part of the opening monologue spoken by the Great Northern Tribe’s leader and chief in George Miller’s cult film The Road Warrior.
This brutal, anti-utopian environment of Mad Max is only one of the worlds in the rich heritage of international film and comic books, with which The Deliverer, the new comic book by Nemanja Moravic Balkanski, is engaged.Continue reading “The DELIVERER”
“Before I even knew how to formulate or even think about who I am, the need to express and create was by far the strongest recognizable impulse that was void of usual social constructs.” – Milena Zdravkovic
Concept Artists for film help bring director’s ideas and visions to life with their artwork.
We had a great pleasure to interview film concept artist veteran Milena Zdravkovic, the Serbian born, based in Vancouver (Canada) who has worked on multiple Hollywood productions such as I, Robot (2004), 2012 (2009), Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011), RoboCop (2014), Fifty Shades of Grey (2015), Star Trek Beyond (2016), Predator (2018), Bad Times at the El Royale (2018), Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019), Lost in Space (2019)and recently and most notably the fourth installment of a groundbreaking The Matrix anthology.Continue reading “Translating creativity”
William Shakespeare (1564–1616)
She ran through the misty night.
She ran with her furry companions.
The door to her euphoric dreamland awaits her beyond the clouded forest.
She finally could be set free from her fears, pain, tears, loneliness and sickness.
Her memories hurt with every painful breath, as she started getting closer
to the end where the air was fresh.