Born 1987 in Zagreb/Croatia.
Bojan Krištofić is a designer and writer. He received his MA degree in visual communications design at the School of Design, Faculty of Architecture (University of Zagreb). He was a member of the editorial board of Zarez (Comma), a journal for cultural and social issues, and has been writing about design, art and visual culture for Croatian and regional magazines and websites.
He's been covering art-related issues for Croatian Radio Television too, being an associate of several shows. He participated in the project Criticize This! from 2011 to 2013, dedicated to the education of young critics in the region, and was awarded as its best participant in the field of visual arts. From 2012 to 2014 he was working in Croatian Designers Association Gallery as an assistant of curator Marko Golub, taking part in the organization of D Day, an international design festival.
He presented his design work on several collective exhibitions in Croatia and abroad, while as a curator he staged an exhibition (Aesth)etichs of Nationalism: Design for Turbo-folk, which traveled around Zagreb, Belgrade, Skopje and Mostar in 2013/2014.