"Bosanska vila" (Bosnian Fairy) was a highly-respected Bosnian magazine for literature, culture and social issues, and one of the oldest magazines of its kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The first issue was published in 1885, in Sarajevo, by the Serbian Cultural-Educational Society "Prosvjeta", with a subheading "a magazine for entertainment, instruction, and literature." In almost thirty years of its existence, it brought together writers, poets, academics and scientists advocating democratic values, tolerance, national and cultural unity, and rejecting national exclusivity. The magazine’s publishing ceased in 1914, on the eve of the First World War. After eight decades- in 1994, SPKD "Prosvjeta" - Sarajevo relaunched "Bosanska vila", a newspaper for science, culture and social issues. The magazine is published quarterly, and each issue brings new themes and voices.
Client: SPKD "Prosvjeta", Sarajevo, BiH
Services: Magazine design
Creative Direction and Design: Kosta Rakićević
Floral photography used in Magazine: Annie Spratt
Printed matter photography: Tatjana Zlatković