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Jan Estrada Osmycki, photo: Wojtek Kostrzewa

Born in 1987 in Guadalajara, but chose Poland as a place of work and study. Designs posters, magazines, as well as visual identities for brands and cultural events.

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Studio Robot, photo: courtesy of the artists

Studio Robot is the result of the work of three designers: Karolina Chyziak, Łukasz Wysoczyński and Krzysztof Czajka. They deal with commercial design, development of exhibition spaces and websites. Simple, successful solutions are the trade-mark of their projects.

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Nobo Design, photo. courtesy of the artists

Aleksandra Pięta and Piotr Wiśniewski create objects inspired by folk art, by using and transforming folk motifs and designs. They use available ecological and recyclable materials.

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Polkadot, photo. courtesy of the artists

Together with Ortografika, Fajne Chłopaki, Grafixpol and Red Melon Studio, Polkadot is listed as one of the cluster of studios associated with Łódź and the city’s cultural scene.

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Rene Wawrzkiewicz, photo: courtesy of the artist

Rene Wawrzkiewicz’s multifold activities are astonishing indeed: throughout his career he has worked as a designer, researcher, organizer, design curator, and — most recently — scholar.

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Noviki, photo: courtesy of the artist

Noviki's style is characterized by an economy of form, conceptualism and the use of abbreviations. By experimenting with new media technologies, the designers try to expand the notion of graphic art.

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Agnieszka Czop and Joanna Rusin, photo. courtesy of the artitsts

Informal duo of Łódź artists who have been designing unique, unusually shaped carpets since the year 2004.

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Okładka (nid 5554829)

A review of the newest trends in international design, with a special focus on Austrian design, along with a presentation of futuristic concepts from innovative designers.Exhibitions within the framework of the Festival encompass industrial design, fashion, interior architecture, utility prints (including outdoor), typography and graphic identification. The concept of the Festival relies on the juxtaposition of proprietary design/unique design via mass production...

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