About Emir
I am Emir Šehanović, a visual artist from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Making collages and painting huge murals makes me really happy. I enjoy making art of things I find in my environment - virtual or real. I try to be happy every day.
http://www.esh.ba
Current city: Tuzla
I am Emir Šehanović, a visual artist from Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Making collages and painting huge murals makes me really happy. I enjoy making art of things I find in my environment - virtual or real. I try to be happy every day.
 
A place I used to hang out with my friends. This place is meeting point  for many musicians and artists in the last 25 years. It is an open space by the city river called Yala and National Theatre Tuzla. 
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A place to feel nostalgic. I adore the old Bosnian house, which  is the best architectural piece from the past.
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A place I feel like to eat and talk nonsense. I love these guys and their food.
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Most inspiring place for me. Place where I laugh, wonder and enjoy the most.
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A place to relax. I enjoy the silence of it and coffee together with my girlfriend and our crazy dog during summer time.
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