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  Aleksandar Janicijevic

Print Design
Web Design
Logo Design

Urban analysis
Photography & Panography
Urbansquares Art

Aleksandar Bio

Aditional Information

Interview with author.about
future of the net art.

Una Janicijevic portfolio

Contact Us

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Una Janicijevic
Art direction, editorial design
illustration & collage, photography
Toronto, Canada

Ken Grunberg
Video editing, photography
Toronto, Canada

Slobodan Markovic
Art direction, design,
illustration, photography
Beograd, Srbija

dipl. ing. arch. Rajko Petrovic
State of Qatar

oaa. mraic. aia. Ivan Martinovic Architect, Toronto, Canada

Morana Petrofski, Director,
Listening Centre,
Toronto, Canada

  We are available for psychogeograpy portraits, unique way of analysis of the needs and identity of urban neighbourhoods in the pre planning process. Some of the questions raised and answered could be: what’s unique, what do we need here, how to revitalize it, how to make it function or give it expression, how can it differentiate itself, how to preserve and promote, what are the design principles, how to create bonds, communicate community, densify and diversify.

We are also available for graphic and web design projects. In last eights years we have created lot of illustrations with urban issues in mind, public presentations, lectures and consultations.

Author of all of the photos, panoramas, illustrations and texts used in this site is Aleksandar Janicijevic, except those where someone else is quoted. We are holders of all the copyrights.

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Since 2015 Aleksandar is participating as a founding member in Resilience 2to1, a volunteer multi-disciplinary group of educators, researchers and professionals focused on the issue of resilience for Canada during a changing climate.

  Contact us to get the permission to use any material free of charge on thematically related sites, in the articles or books. We will need detailed information about intended usage, we should be mentioned as the authors and website as a source of the materials.

See example: "Old Toronto", analysis of neighbourhood behaviours, created as a case study for the project "Digital Neighbourhoods", Revitalization Institute, Seneca College

Old Toronto:
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Last time updated on March 30, 2020