Davor Prah was born in Zagreb, Croatia on April 28, 1975.
Ten years after finishing high school, Davor decides to persue his long lasting affinity for art, and enrolls into the Faculty for Textile Technology as an art design undergraduate student in 2006, where he graduates in 2009 under the guidance of professor Mirna Cvitan Cernelic. During his first three years of study he dedicates special attention to precious metals, jewellery design and sculpture, and presents his works at group and individual exhibitions.
He also participates in jewellery design competitions such as: “Zlatna poluga (The Golden Bullion) ” at various others.
Leading experts of Croatian art design like professor Nenad Roban from The Rijeka Fine Arts Academy, Ms Laura Topolovsek, education and sport advisor from The National Board Of Education, as well as prominent architect, designer and a sculptor Mrs Oleg Hrzic were the jury at the jewellery design competition “Zlatna poluga (Golde Bullion)” where Davor reaches the finals.
Among his other works presented at his independent exhibition at „ The Stancic Gallery“ is the crown for the Croatian Miss Tourism Competition, which later remaeins the property of the Umag Fashion Comp. .
In 2009 Davor and sculptor Luka Petrinjak design the award for the fashion manifestation called: „Modni Ormar“- (Fashion Wardrobe). The award is given away by an international design and fashion jury made of prominevot exspertis in the field.
The same award he presents at the „Sto godina hrvatske scenografije i kostimografije (Hundred Years Of Croatian Set And Cosume Design) “ exhibition in the Applied Arts Gallery- ULPUH.
He also participates at the group exhibition „Modni Ormar“- ( Fashion Wardrobe) at The Museum of Contempotary Art in Zagreb.
After entering the postgraduate costume studies in 2009, Davor starts assisting to the well known set designer and sculptor Miljenko Sekulic on his theatre projects such as „Dobra stara vremena“- ( The Good Old Times) by Zeljka Ogresta, the musical and most viewed theatre play in 2010 directed by Mario Kovac; „Caruga“ by Ivan Kusan, a drama at the Croatian National Theatre, directed by Josko Juvancic; „O medvjedima i ljudima“- (About Bears and People) by Sasa Anocic, a comedy at The Kerempuh Teatre, directed by Sasa Anocic prominent young director and writer as well as „Leda“ by Miroslav Krleza, a drama at The Gavella Teatre, directed by Boris Svrtan.
Davor is co-set designer together with his colleague Matija Santic at the Dolls Factory Theatre - „Kazaliste Tvornica lutaka“, and he signs the set for plays like „Ljubav na posljednji pogled“- (Love at last sight) by Stanislav Pejkovic, directed by Petra Radin and Ana Suntasic, as well as „Blago“- (Treasure) by Perta Radin, directed by Damir Klementic.
Davor is currlently terminanting the postgraduate costume studies in Zagreb where he also lives and works.