On a day of celebration there is unfortunately also the sad news of the disappearance of dear Hasan Fazlic, great Bosnian artist and humorist. Hasan, born in Tuzla in 1937, He was one of the biggest firms of the former Yugoslavia. Renowned cartoonist and
illustrator, multi-awarded in the largest demonstrations in the world (Palma d'Oro in Bordighera in 1980), with his family he was a refugee for some years in Italy due to the war raging in the 90s in his city, Sarajevo. At the end of the conflict he had
returned to his country, continuing his wonderful work as a designer. On a day of celebration unfortunately there is also the sad news of the passing of dear Hasan Fazlic, a great Bosnian artist and humorist. Hasan, born in Tuzla in 1937, Prominent
cartoonist and illustrator, award-winning in the major events in the world (Golden Palm in Bordighera in 1980), At the end of the conflict he had returned to his country, continuing his splendid career as a cartoonist.
Irancartoon never forget him. We are so incredibly sorry for the loss this big Artist from Bosnia & Herzegovina. Please know that he will live on in all of our fond memories.
His language is a drawing that has been studying history for more than five decades and questioning society. Many phenomena were recorded before the readers were able to identify the message they sent to them. They remembered the image they later
understood. In the cartoons of Hasan Fazlić (1937, born in Lipnica near Tuzla) he became tragic and comic, but he remained consistent in his fifty-two year career. His works were mostly published in Yugoslav diaries, mostly in "Oslobodjenje" and "
Freedom Front" houses, but also in Switzerland, Russia, Italy, etc. The first awards were given in 1968 and they were overturned for dozens of recognitions later received.
Although determined to inform the public satire, Hasan Fazlic has worked for several years as an electrician in the mine. The first cartoons drew on mining wagons. After completing the electrical engineering school in Tuzla in 1954, he "entered" in the
Rudnica lignite mill "Lipnica". He was one of the few qualified electricians, and the miners warmly welcomed him. While working in the mine, Fazlic was in parallel with the evening painting school led by Ismet Mujezinović. This prominent Bosnian-
Herzegovinian artist discovered and promoted Hasan's propensity to draw...