Zsolt Vidak
Illustration, Ferencvaros Budapest Hungary
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Zsolt Vidak is a Hungarian illustrator. He lives in Budapest. He had finished his studies in 2008 at Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design as best graduate. He had several individual and group exhibitions in Hungary, the Netherlands, Norway, and in the South-African Republic. His illustrations and comics were published in Spanish, Brazilian, American, German, Latvian, Polish, Croatian, Serbian, Romanian magazines.

He often works together with underground magazines, like Komikaze, Cheap Est, Roham, Symposion. He is a permanent illustrator of the last two of them.

Since 2005 he is a regular stamp illustrator for the Hungarian Post. He had planned stamps commemorating for example the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games, postal delivery vans, or the 125th jubilee of MOME.
In the international competition Premio Nexofil he was awarded with the Best Stamp of the World Prize in 2017 for his stamp "Countries, Cities", and he was awarded with The Artist of the Year Prize of the Hungarian Post for the same stamp.

He was chosen by the Lüerzer's Archive to the artist of the publication 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide in the years 2010, 2012 and 2014.

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