Ljubomir Pavićević Fis

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Ljubomir Pavićević - Fis (in Serbian Cyrillic: Љубомир Павићевић - Фис), born February 6, 1927, Serbian designer, Graphic and industrial designer since 1953.[1] According to the Belgrade Museum of Applied Arts, he is Serbia's oldest and most well-known designer.[1]

He worked for numerous Yugoslav and foreign factories, firms and institutions, and his projects are realized in hundreds of thousands copies.[1] One of his noted designs was emblem for the Unispace 82 UN conference.[1]

He was one of founders, professor and president of the Experts Consortium of Belgrade’s School of Design, and guest professor at Faculty of Applied Arts.

Mr. Fis is a member of Association of Artists of Applied Arts and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS) since its establishment in 1953, and is also a member of several international professional associations.

He participated with his works at International Symposium of Packaging Design held in Zagreb 1962., at Congress of ICSID (International Council of Societies of Industrial Design) in Spain 1971, as well as at the great number of professional meetings and magazines in Yugoslavia.[2]

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