Mersad Berber (1 January 1940 - 7 October 2012) was a Bosnian painter.
Throughout his career he created cycles of paintings which chronicle events, homages and dedications. Each cycle has its roots in Bosnian-Herzegovinian history from the medieval to the twentieth century. Berber was occupied with painting, graphic art, tapestry, illustrating and preparing bibliographic editions, graphic and poetic maps.
From 1992 until his death in October of 2012 Berber resided and worked in both Zagreb and Dubrovnik; today Berber is one of the best known graphic artists in the world. He was included in the Tate Gallery collection in 1984.