Sinisa Radovic was raised in Belgrado. He graduated from the Art Academy in Moscow in 1989, specializing in "graphics for books". Short of customers at the time, he worked as financial director of a lingerie factory between 1989 and 1992. In his spare time, he continued to work on artistic projects. Two expositions were dedicated to his painting and illustrations (in Moscow and Zagreb). From 1993, he got several assignments from Yugulavian publishers and advertising agencies. He is one of the founders, editors and artists of the Serbian magazine BAGER. The first album of his series for the French market, 'La Fille du Yukon', appeared in the collection Empreintes of the publisher Dupuis in 2005.
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