Daniela Komatović Krákorová is a Czech graphic designer, a painter, a photographer, and above all, a designer of jewelry.
She was born in Prague, where she studied graphic design and then worked in this field for many years, with clients such as
Clinique, Estée Lauder, Nestlé, Harper's Bazaar, a chain of luxury hotels in Prague - Vienna International, and a number
of Czech companies. She is still daily involved with graphic design, working on the visual identity of the company
YU Diamond Center as well as the Diamond Spot jewelry store and her brand Daniela Komatović, using her own original macro
photography, which she needs in order to present her jewelry in an appropriate manner. According to Daniela, she started
making macro photography due to her wish to photograph her original jewels with more attention and soulfulness.
In January 2015 she launched her own original line of fine art jewelry, which in a short period of time has become
a recognizable and successful brand. Luxurious, modern, futuristic jewelry made only of gold with precious stones and pearls
attracts the attention of even the most demanding lovers of design. In addition to the world-famous actor and director
Steven Seagal, Daniela's unique jewelry also adorning even other famous personalities from public life and diplomatic circles.
In 2017, only 2 years after creating her design line, Daniela won a gold prize in a category JEWELRY, EYEWEAR AND WATCH DESIGN at the prestigious worldwide competition A’ DESIGN AWARD AND COMPETITION in Milan for her collection Eye To The Soul, where she was invited by the organizers who had previously followed her work on NOT JUST A LABEL, the world’s leading designer platform. The winning ring-pendant Amulet Eye celebrates an Egyptian myth about the Eye of Horus, a symbol representing the path to wisdom and knowledge.
Daniela currently lives and creates in Prague and Belgrade, where she also does charity work. People, especially children
with hard lives, are the leading subject matter of her paintings, which compels us to think about the issue.