Serbian Artist Creates 3D Illustrations That Look Like They Were Made in the ’60s

Twenty-eight-year-old Filip Rastovic is a freelance graphic designer from Serbia who created artwork for big brand names, like Johnsons & Johnsons Medical Devices, Tipalti, Bending Spoons, TreeDom, Reno Assistance, and DNSFilter. He studied Computer Science and Engineering at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in his hometown and has nine years of experience in web design.

His work is digital, minimalistic, and abstract. The images look like they were made in the ’60s and ’70s. Rastovic explains that retro-looking art pieces are usually done in one day.

As a kid, he used to draw buttons and screens on a folded piece of paper, imagining it was some sort of high-tech mobile device, allowing him to speak to his intergalactic commands. However, he got attached to art after he received his first Sega Genesis.

“I’m learning about cinematographic lighting techniques at the moment, and hopefully, my work will have a new look soon enough,” he said in an interview for Ballpit and explained that because of all of the clients, he doesn’t have to do art for his pleasure.

“If I’m too busy with client work and I don’t create something for myself, I think about it obsessively when I go to sleep, sometimes dreaming about it. I find pleasure in making stuff,” he added.

Scroll down and check out his work below.