Taxi by Tiho Celanovic

Tihomir Čelanović is a comic artist from Belgrade, who is also known as Smil Kfatolyperasus, Timomir Chelanovich and Tiho Celanovic. He grew up in Kotor, Montenegro and studied Applied Arts. He was one of the comic artists who contributed to the renowned Expo 2000 Anthology. His work further appeared in publications as Politikin Zabavnik, Striper, Lavirint, Bager, Politika, Veliko Dvorište, MAXIM, Grafička Zavera, Strip Pressing, Strip Vilajet, Vreme, AARGH! (Czech Republic) and NONZI (Italy). A collection of short comic stories called 'Kfatoliperazus' was published in Italy by Medicina Nucleare in 2001.

He was also the editor of Morcina, a non-commercial comic publishing house. 'Morcina', originally the name of a flea, is one of many characters to star in his 'Eudora' comic. The book, called 'Eudora-svitanjem pocinje Zvuk' was published by MAH in Serbia and Montenegro, and by Medicina Nucleare in Italy. Until 2004, he published a monthly page of the comic series 'Milicko' in the children's magazine Veliko Dvoriste. He has made illustrations for many children's books, participated in the creation of rock music videos and exhibited his work on several occasions.

Celanovic has worked for several French publihsing houses. He made 'Trum et l'oeuf de Tai' with writer Delphine Rieu for Soleil in 2005, 'Taxi' (based on characters from Luc Besson's film) with Dikeuss for Septième Choc in 2008 and 'Le Diurne' with Éric Corbeyran for 12bis in 2011. He also plays in the band Alhambra with his wife Marta Vlahović.


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