Borrris is a Montreal-based muralist and illustrator from ex-Yugoslavia. Driven by a desire to bring art to the masses, he contributed in building a vibrant street art community in Quebec. This led him to work alongside various public and private organizations to create murals within Canada, as well as festivals such as BUMP and Inspire. His street art background, coupled with a graphic design degree from UQAM has led him to develop a diverse, bold, and colourful portfolio focusing on storytelling and metaphor. Inspired by modern art, his work is a mix of abstraction and figurative art which tackles various subjects, depending on the location and context of the mural project. By playing with basic geometry inspired by site-specific architecture, he’s representing the universal human connection and human activity in various ways. He’s also involved in the illustration community as a member of Illustration Quebec, an artist-run organization whose mission is to emphasize the importance of illustration in our society. His commercial clients include BNP-Paribas, Bacardi, Bombay Sapphire and Kubota.