TTC Spotlight on Nenad Dodic the Serbian master! OnePerCenters and Robo Bears

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Nenad Dodic the Illustration graphic designer and advertising specialist master. Back in June had a solo exhibition to showcase his One Per Centers figures and boy are they crazy!

All the figures are were handmade out of super sculpey clay, then sanded and hand painted with acrylic paint. This collection just caught my eye instantly, kind of inbetween the style of Wallace and Gromit and McBess.

Dodic idea is to eventually produce them as a collectible designer toys. I truly hope he gets a production on these guys.

So lets take a look what he came up with.

[frame align=”center”]Onepercenters rotation[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]onepercenters guy 2 360[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]onepercenters guy 3 360[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]onepercenters guy 5[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]onepercenters dog[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]onepercenters bird[/frame]

Dodic did a little side project not long after called Robo Bears and dam he didn’t he went into crazy mode turning two blank bears.

[frame align=”center”]Robo Bears banner[/frame]

Into Robo Bears

[frame align=”center”]Robo Bears[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]Robo Bears logo[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]Robo Bears 360 green[/frame]

[frame align=”center”]robo bear 360 gray[/frame]

In the near future I really do hope I can get my hands on one of his creations.

Please go check Dodic’s work out Via



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