Tihomir Čelanović was born in 1977 in Belgrade. He grew up in Kotor (Montenegro), graduated in 2001 at the Faculty of applied arts and design in Belgrade. His works were published in magazines: “Politikin Zabavnik”, “Striper”, “Lavirint”, “Bager”, “Politika”, “Veliko Dvorište”, “MAXIM”, “Grafička Zavera”, “Strip Pressing”, “Strip Vilajet”, “Vreme”, “AARGH!”(Czech republic), “NONZI”(Italia). In 2000 he won first prize with short comic “Equinox” at the “La cita 2000″ contest in Torino, Italy. Illustrated many children books for “Kreativni centar”, “Klett”, “Odiseja”, “Pcelica”, “Zavod za udzbenike” and published illustrations frequently in magazine “Politikin Zabavnik”. Collection of short comics “Kfatoliperazus” was published in 2001 in Italy by “Medicina Nucleare”.His first album “Eudora – Svitanjem počinje zvuk” was published by “MAH” 2002 in Belgrade, and in november that same year by “Medicina Nucleare”. “Soleil editions” released an album “Trum et l’oeuf de Tai” written by Delphine Rieu in may 2005 in France. Illustrations for “Basne” by Radomir Putniković published by “Kreativni centar” won “Neven” in 2007. Publisher “Septieme choc” from France released an album “TAXI”, based on characters from Luc Besson’s film. Album was presented at Angoulême International Comics Festival in 2008. Short comic “As if you didn’t know?” won first prize at 8th international comics festival in Belgrade which took place in october 2010. “Le Diurne – Wolfel Von Ulf” was released in 2011 by “12Bis” (France), written by Eric Corbeyran, coloured by Nikola Vitković. A collection of short comics “Modern mythology” was published in 2013 by System comics in Belgrade. In 2014 he got married to Marta Čelanović (ex Vlahović) with whom he formed the band Alhambra and a family with daughter Lena in 2016.
Exclusive VR exhibition
The company Digital Mind is hosting an exclusive VR exhibition called “Interrelations” in coordination with VR-All-Art and SolSea. The purpose of the event is to promote new VR trends and present the latest achievements in the field. The exhibition is set to feature seven artists, each with a different artistic style and a variety of pieces exploring different themes. In spite of them not stemming from the same set of ideas and principles, each piece gives an impression of blending in with the general notion of the event which is meant to represent diversity and freedom of expression. Featured artists include Aleksa Gajic, DÅSK, Milos Rajkovic - Sholim, Čoke, MataLive, Tiho, and DarMar.