a great deal of Zograf's work has been published in the U.S.
for years, the artist did not visit this country until late
1999. He spent time in New York, Seattle and Toronto, producing
a special edition of his web-based strip, "Regards From Serbia"
entitled, "Regards From U.S. of A.".
really nice people, some great artists, bought a tons of books
and comics. I believe that it's the same world wherever you
go. Generally, Western Civilization is a savage one, with
a lot of unresolved social and even spiritual issues, but
people are just people, in Serbia or in US. I always meet
nice people wherever I go, they are there, if you want to
were some things which really made me sad in the States. Even
though it's a cosmopolitan place, where you can hear all the
languages being spoken, and where you can meet people of all
races and eat even the most exotic food or whatever, there
were almost no traces of the culture of Native Americans.
In fact, it seems that the modern America is built to be exactly
the opposite to the culture of its natives."