The experimental design/art collective Škart (Dragan Protic and Djordje Balmazovic) was founded in 1990 at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. The word škart in Serbian means trash; the name is a succinct allusion to this collective’s approach to making and distributing their creative endeavors. Using vernacular or intentionally humble media, Škart has infiltrated the most unconventional settings and engendered unorthodox community-based collaborations. Coming of age during the 1990s wars in Yugoslavia their work addressed traumatic social issues in compassionate and often self-deprecating ways. While experimenting through their work, they focus primarily between the medium of poetry and design "Architecture of the human relationships" is their main concept. Through the constant flux within the collective, present since its very beginning, members collaboratively work to develop new values. They are particularly capable through the process of making, to embrace 'beautiful' mistakes and tirelessly strive to combine work with pleasure.