Radovan Jenko, Slovenia (2013)
Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, and graduated from poster art under professor Henryk Tomaszewski and from painting under professor Teresa Pagowska. He is currently the principal...Read full biography
Socio-political poster based on the Japanese woodcut from 1823-29 “The Big Wave of Kanagawa” and composed with 4,791 logos from all over the world. The commentary on globalisation and consummerism.
Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, and graduated from poster art under professor Henryk Tomaszewski and from painting under professor Teresa Pagowska.
He is currently the principal communication designer in his own studio whose work ranges from graphic design to illustration, and has a close relationship with the community, culturally and art wise. The works of the studio are widely published and exhibited around the world.
He is the co-founding member of Brumen Foundation organizer of the Slovene biennials of visual communication. He is also the founder and art director of The Poster Festival Ljubljana. Since 1991, Jenko has been a professor of Visual communications at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Ljubljana, Slovenia. AGI member since 2013.
Other Professional Activities
Academy for Fine Arts & Design, Visual communications department, professor
1992 – present
Brumen Foundation, cofounder
2003 – present
Brumen Foundation, Chairman
2015 – present
Poster Festival Ljubljana, founder
2008 – present