Ninoslav Kunc is a comic artist from Zagreb, Croatia, where he studied architecture and arts at the University. He started his career as a comic strip artist for some youth and student magazines and publications like Polet, Pitanja and Studentski list. Together with Mirko Ilic, Radovan Devlic, Kresimir Zimonic, Igor Kordey, Josko Marusic, Emir Mesic, and later on some others, he formed Novi Kvadrat (New Square), an avantgarde artist group that experimented with new styles and approaches in the ex-Yugoslav scene during the 1970s and 1980s. Besides comic strips, members of Novi Kvadrat published many illustrations in various magazines and designed book covers, music album covers etc. They were awarded thye highest ex-Yugoslav medal for their work, mostly in the field of comics.
When Novi Kvadrat stopped, Ninoslav Kunc started a solo career as a free-lance artist. He published many comics in children's, student and adult magazines. Comics he created (both script and artwork) for Student paper were mostly political or erotic, with a sharp critical edge, so later on he was called "the father of croatian underground" (some comics were a bit "Crumbish").
One of his masterpieces is a comic called 'Sjena' (Mr. Shadow) that was published in the form of comic strips in various papers and magazines over a period of 20 years. Mostly humorous, 'Sjena' was a sort of experiment between comic and "anti-comic" work, playing even with the structure of comic strip (often destroying the elements of his own media).
Kunc illustrated and designed hundreds of books for children and adults, won several awards for his work (even with the group of artists for the animated film 'Cakaj me'). He created hundreds of short comics for children's magazines like Smib and Modra lasta (Blue Swallow), and a serial of mathematical comics for a specialized school magazine Matka.
Kunc created several short SF comics, some erotic and many humorous. Recently he has been writing books as well, with his co-author, professor of history P. Bucevic. They wrote '100 Famous Quotations' and 'Anecdotes About Famous People', which Kunc illustrated from page to page in a sort of cross-over between illustration and comic. He designed both books as well, and finalized it through layout and editorial supervision.