Jugoslav Vlahović is a Serbian illustrator, artist, photographer, and former rock musician. He graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade where he is now a professor of Graphic (Book) Design. From 1976 he has been an illustrator-cartoonist and editor of NIN, the foremost weekly news magazine in Belgrade.
His drawings have appeared in many publications from Yugoslavia and abroad including The New York Times, Wiener Journal, La Reppublica, Das Sonntagsblatt, Le Monde, Charlie Hebdo, Der Spiegel, Courrier International, etc. He has had over 50 solo exhibitions. Vlahovic is the author of six books of his own cartoons and one portfolio of graphic prints. He is well-known for his cover designs for music albums, and was a member of the acoustic rock band and theatre group Porodična Manufaktura Crnog Hleba.