The artist wants to present the development, exchange of ideas and influence on his own creative process. He tries to create the sculptural quality of individual letters and thus print his name. Shades of colors, shapes, volumes, fixed points of view, visual tricks ... the perception of the letters itself represents the will of the author to express his own ego and, in a certain way, tries to paint a self-portrait.
All of his previous works are primarily based, by their structure and / or form, on the direct or indirect impact of constructivism, robotics with a special emphasis on industrial robotics and cybernetics.
Proposed works show the accomplishments and activities of the author, that is, his essential development in the past 20 years of work, constantly being in line with the aesthetics of the form and content. Certainly, the mentioned development consists of several segments that differ in their character depending on the period of the work's creation and / or the personal sensibility of the author. As a key segment of the development of the cylinder, it is precisely the creation of typographic sculptures, self-portraits. This experiment, which explores the form, identity and space in the first place, resulted in the creation of a unique type of typographic representation of the self-portrait created by the parts of the conical, cylindrical and curved surfaces. The letters are presented differently from their standard and generic printing forms. The sculpture here plays an essential role and its purpose is direct contact with the three-dimensional, in order to better understand the rules and relationships of light and shadows.
Unlike all the logical perceptions of making sketches and preparations for the emergence of the artwork itself, the graphic designer gradually turns sculptures in an attempt to bring his work to perfection. In this part of the creative process, he discards the paper and pencil and leaves it to the mass of plastic that leads it further. Plastics is cut and exceeded, shaped to certain boundaries, without pre-calculating and preparing, and then followed by controlled stacking of "pieces", which the sculptures, as he says, are folding themselves, and he is there to control them.
Sculptures were created, completely without previous sketches, lines, vectors, but directly from the ground as basics. As such, in the form of a study, they continue to serve for the production of artwork on canvas.