„Atelje Vicić“ is an independent, family-run publishing house formed out of love for vintage postcards, and the romance of everyday life unintentionally recorded on them.
“Greetings from Belgrade” isn't just seven kilos of well-printed paper, but seven kilos of love for the city, the beauty of which dreamt the builders, and upon the importance of which conquerors, destructors and politicians soothed their anxieties. […] Belgrade has a huge historical and social imprint in a unique space. A treasury of the past and tradition. The repository of beauty, knowledge, culture, irrationality and power. […] This two-volume monograph is not only one of the most interesting publishing achievements in the town’s history, nor is it merely a valuable document for studying the history of Belgrade, but a genuine monument constructed for the glory of Serbia’s capital city.Petar Popović, Blic 24/02/2009
Created both for the historians and art historians, and for a wider public, in its luxurious design and print, this book is a unique historical overview of Belgrade postcards. Starting from the first one which was issued in late 1895 by the bookstore of Velimir Valožić, in an appealing manner the authors managed to cover historical and stylistic development of postcards, which today represent a rare testimony, and an exceptional visual tribute to the architecture, the people, and the outlook of Belgrade which is gone.ReFoto, No. 55, January 2009.