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Illustration by: Paweł Jońca, Fema hairdryer, 1964, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Subversive fairy tales, children’s manifestos, modern science fiction novels and an album dedicated to 100 years of Polish design history. Culture.pl presents 16 IBBY Polish Section competition entries selected by the jury. We simply can’t wait until these are translated into English!

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Illustration by: Emilia Dziubak, RM58 armchair, design by: Roman Modzelewski, 1958, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute and National Museum in Warsaw

One hundred years of iconic Polish design in pictures... Culture.pl presents 10 selected illustrations from the new book The ABCs of Polish Design for your viewing pleasure!

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Peekaboo, Polish Design For Kids

The ever-increasing prominence of Poland's award-winning tradition in children's books and illustration is being showcased at EXPO 2017 Astana at the Polish Pavilion from 16th August to 2nd September.

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Jan Młodożeniec was one of the most eminent creators of the Polish School of Posters, author of over 400 posters, book covers, illustrations, and drawings, distinguished graphic designer, and painter.

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Aleksandra Mizielińska and Daniel Mizieliński, Maps, Dwie Siostry publishing house, photo: The Book Institute, www.bookinstitute.pl

Published by Dwie Siostry, the bestseller by Aleksandra and Daniel Mizieliński is the biggest Polish hit ever on the global children's literature market. First published in 2012, the book has since sold two million copies across 25 different language editions.

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Bożka Rydlewska, photo: Joanna Piotrowska

Bożka Rydlewska creates phantasmagorical worlds in which butterflies, parrots and fish lurk behind flowers and leaves. These are impossible worlds, governed by the law of the strangest of rhythms and imaginary configurations, subtly drawing the viewer into their surprising labyrinths.

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