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The Observatory exhibition, photo: Paweł Pomorski

The Observatory exhibition features objects produced during three editions of an international design workshop for design students from Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus, conducted by Polish designers from Studio MALAFOR. The exhibition will be on display at the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven this October.

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Kinga Król has been in fashion for her entire working career. At first, she worked as a designer at a big Polish fashion company and in 2011 she established her own brand: Confashion. 'I wanted to make something of my own, be exist under my own brand.'

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The Adam Mickiewicz Insitute presents the TEXTURA:  A Polish Touch exhibition at Tent London during the London Design Fair 2017 (21st - 24th September). The exhibition explores the relationship between texture and objects. Curator: Paulina Matusiak

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ASP Gdańsk, fot. materiały prasowe organizatora

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Jan Lutyk, self-portrait, photo: courtesy of the designer

Jan Lutyk is a designer who always hits the mark by creating highly functional and aesthetically engaging objects. He bends a stool like a ribbon, he stuffs the frame of a sofa with balloons, or challenges gravity by setting his balloon-suit on fire. His designs are cunning, functional and slightly surreal

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Olka Osadzińska's works appear in many popular magazines such as Elle, Glamour, Wysokie Obcasy, Twój Styl. Her illustrations were included in a prestigious publication by Gestalten - The Beautiful: Illustrations for Fashion and Style

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Katarzyna Borkowska i Tomasz Pydo, fot. KABO&PYDO design studio

A lamp cable that’s too short or too long, not enough room for a table or shelf, a hand that’s gone numb from holding a glass and a plate at a cocktail party? The duo Kabo&Pydo tracks such irritating everyday situations and tries to create products that meet the exact needs of users.

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Łukasz  Zbieranowskie and Maciej Lebiedowicz, photo: courtesy of  the artists

Fajne Chłopaki is a graphic design studio based in Łódź. It has been recognized by American magazine WOW as one of the 10 most promising graphic studios.

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Роман Чеслевич, плакат к фильму «Косоглазое счастье» («Шесть превращений Яна Пищика»), 1959, фото предоставлено Галереей графики и плаката

With painterly gesture, humour and personality, the Polish Poster School pioneered in blurring the designer/artist distinction. Decades later, the power of suggestion and cheeky allusion lives on in works of young Poles.

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Kosmos Project, "The Heart", 2008, wine decanterThe young and acclaimed design duo, Kosmos Project, have been invited to create a special showcase of Polish design during the annual Stockholm Design Week. Kosmos have collaborated with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in creating a special exhibit that takes viewers on a journey into the collective unconscious of Poles.

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Joanna Gniady, courtesy of the artist

Joanna Gniady is an illustrator whose work has featured in numerous children’s books, on the pages of magazines such as “Wysokie Obcasy”, “Charaktery” and “Glamour”, and on the album covers of Czesław Śpiewa, HURT and Mademoiselle Karen.

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Marta Niemywska, photo: courtesy of the artist

Niemywska graduated from the Faculty of Design at Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts. She has won a number of awards and distinctions, as well as a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Her work to date includes product design, interior design and exhibition design.

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Original graphic design and witty literary forms – Culture.pl introduces the newest and coolest titles in the fall season for the most demanding readership in the world: children.

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Okładka (nid 6988030)

This most recent exhibition of designers’ work in the series Unpolished – Young Design from Poland displays the most interesting projects of young Polish designers from the past year for viewers at the gallery of the Lviv Academy of Fine Arts.

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Wonder Cabinets, photo: Peer Lindgreen

Maria Jeglinska and Livia Lauber present showcases of international wonder-designers with emphasis on the geographical and cultural contexts of their work and special focus on the process of working itself

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Photographs of Malafor's furniture and other practical objects. The duo designers from Gdańsk made up by Agata Kulik-Pomorska and Paweł Pomorski give new meanings to generally accessible materials.

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