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Minimalist Movie Moments by Marko Manev Marko Manev, born 1985...

Minimalist Movie Moments by Marko Manev

Marko Manev, born 1985 in Skopje, Macedonia is a conceptual mixed-media artist, graphic designer & illustrator. He graduated in fine arts & has worked as a graphic designer in advertising. Manev has initiated & has taken part in several NGOs & cultural organizations where he worked as a lecturer & an executive director. Also, he has written & illustrated several short story comic books. Manev is an active artist both in the fine art & in the pop-culture tribute art scene. Currently he is working as a freelance designer & illustrator, creating limited edition prints & movie posters.

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