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Born late in the year 1993 in Zagreb, it is also where Klara Rusan spends most of her life and education. In 2013. she attended a student exchange program in Vilnius, Lithuania. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb at the department of Animated Film and the New Media. Plans of pursuing a career in animation were superseded by her receiving a Masters in Authorial Illustration at the University of Art in Falmouth in 2017.
Her graduate thesis earned recognition as she was the recipient of the ‘Masters of Art Illustration Authorial Practice: Award for Outstanding Creative Writing’. While being a participant in several group exhibitions (’36 Mountains’ festival of illustration, ‘Erste fragmenti’, ‘To be continued…comics and visual culture in Croatia’), she held her debut solo exhibition at the Oris House of Architecture in 2018 where she presented this graphic novel Where Do People Go After They Die? in its original form of a gigantic map. Presently, after working on a series of commercial art projects, Klara is preparing a return to authorial illustration and completing many long-awaited projects.

For the publishing house Mala zvona she illustrated the collection of short fantastic stories by six authors U ritmu jeze – ponor plesova (2021), book of stories by Mary Shelley The Mortal Immortal, and created the cover for Luka Mavretić’s book of poems All My People but Me.