Graphic designer from Zagreb, Croatia where he graduated with an MA from the School of Design. He is a graduate of the Type Media program at KABK, Den Haag, class of 2012. Before Type and Media he worked together with Dario Devic as a freelance duo. He is also associated with the French type foundry Production Type.
- In 2016, Peter Bilak, Nikola Djurek and Hrvoje Zivcic published the Uni Grotesk typeface family at Typotheque. It is based on Grafotechna's 1951 typeface Universal Grotesk, which in turn is based on 1934 design by Vladimir Balthasar.
- Mote (2012). His graduation typeface at KABK. He writes: Mote is a utilitarian sans-serif typeface mainly for reading sizes in print, influenced by neutral gothic and grotesk designs. It is designed to work as an independent type family but also as the companion to Blanco, a serifed typeface by Dave Foster.
- Munich (2007-2008). A text typeface developed under Nikola Djurek.
- York (2007). A redesign of the New York Magazine logotrype face, developed under Nikola Djurek.
- Abra (2008-2009). A text and display family of unusual vivacity.
- Slagerij (2012). A revival, under the guidance of Paul van der Laan, of Johann Michael Fleischmann's 8-point roman, dated 1739.
- Oneida (2012). A text typeface developed in the class of Peter Verheul at KABK.
- Mars (2007). A blackboard bold style layered type system inspired by a Miroslaw Krleza book cover from 1980.
- Rector (2020, with Hugues Gentile and Borna Aaron Grcevic at Production Type): a type system consisting of four display styles and twelve serif styles, both intended for use at 16 points or more. The serif styles feature high-contrast letterforms with sharp serifs, while the display styles play with the idea of outlines and inlines, but in an unexpected way. Rector won an award at 23TDC.
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