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Aleksandra Woldańska-Płocińska, photo: courtesy of the artist

How is the beard ‘French fork’ different from ‘duck’s bottom’? The answer to these and other questions can be found in the book 'Two beards are better than one, a compendium of knowledge about the beard' by Aleksandra Woldańska-Płocińska.

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Rosław Szaybo, photo: Krzysztof Żuczkowski / Forum

Graphic artist dealing with graphic design (posters, album covers, book designs), illustration, photography, exhibitions, and satirical drawing.

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Piotr Młodożeniec, photo Wojciech Łaski/East News

Graphic artist, painter, illustrator, designer, author of animated movies, book and newspaper illustrations, and even neon light compositions. Born July 17th, 1956, in Warsaw.

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He was a painter, graphic designer, poster artist, and sculptor. The author of architectural projects and urban space projects he also spent time on set design.

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Ryszard Kajzer, photo by Katarzyna Kalua Kryńska

His posters manifest a painterly freedom, executed as a seemingly careless gesture. The artist often utilises the cut out technique or the torn technique.

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Tadeusz Jodłowski, photo courtesy of Wilanów Poster Museum

Tadeusz Jodłowski is famous for designing numerous posters promoting everything from socialist propaganda to the circus and sporting events..

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Okładka (nid 4977078)

Berlin's first large-scale comprehensive exhibition of Polish graphic art, created over the last 30 years…

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Błoto / Mud from the Observing particular places (1982) series, mixed media, fibreboard, 115 x 130, from the collection of The National Muzeum in Wrocław. Photo: Arkadiusz Podstawka

Graphic artist, drawer, painter and photographer. Born on 31st of January 1949 in Miłosna near Warsaw.

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Okładka (nid 4908826)

Graphic artist, painter, designer, author of animated films, book and magazine illustrations, also of neon light installations. Born on July 17th, 1956, in Warsaw. Culture.pl visits the artist in his studio, where he discusses his latest works and the travels that have inspired him.

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Grzegorz Jonkajtys, photo: www.3dluvr.com

A film director and screenwriter, graphic artist and cartoonist; he presently lives in San Francisco where he works at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic.

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Andrzej Dudziński, photography by Włodzimierz Wasyluk/REPORTER

Painter, graphic artist, illustrator. He makes drawings, posters, press illustrations, book design, films and photographs and also does set design.

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Wojciech Fangor, photo by Włodzimierz Wasyluk

He is a painter, graphic designer, poster artist, and sculptor. The author of architectural projects and urban space projects he also spent time on set design.

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Installation artist and graphic artist. Born on April 15, 1972, in Poznań.

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Film and theatre director, writer of film scripts, stage plays, television plays, and radio dramas; also a painter and graphic artist. His name is inseparable from the term 'cinema of moral anxiety'.

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Kazimierz Wiśniak, 2010, photo: Grzegorz Kozakiewicz/Forum

Stage designer, painter, draftsman, graphic artist; co-creator of Kraków's famous Cellar Under the Rams (Piwnica pod Baranami) cabaret.

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photo: Edward Hartwig / Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe

A scenic designer, graphic artist, and illustrator. He has worked with numerous puppet and dramatic theatres, as well as opera houses.

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Henryk Tomaszewski, photo: Erazm Ciołek / Forum

One of the finest poster and graphic artists in the world, he was an illustrator and teacher as well as one of the pioneers of the Polish poster school.

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Jan Lenica, photo by Bogdan Łopieński / Forum

Talented graphic artist, set and theatre-costume designer, children's book illustrator, postage stamp designer, art critic and major artist of the Polish poster school.

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Portrait of Józef Mehoffer by Stanisław Wyspiański, 1898, pastel, 60 x 57 cm, Raczyńscy Foundation National Muzeum in Poznań, public  domain

Painter, graphic artist, printmaker, designer of stained glass, textiles, theatre sets, posters, interior decoration and furniture; leading representative of Young Poland.

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Bruno Schulz, "Self-portrait", 1920-22, cliché-verre.

Writer painter, illustrator and graphic artist known for short story collections that bring back the magical reality of Poland's pre-war shtetl's.

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