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Selected works of Magdalena Burdzyńska – painter, graphic designer, illustrator.

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Magdalena Burdzyńska, photo: Wojtek Szarski

Painter, graphic designer, illustrator. Burdzyńska is not afraid of bright colours and contrast, and conjoins various means of visual expression with plain geometrical forms.

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Selected works by graphic designer, Krzysztof Lenk. He studied at two Academies of Fine Arts – in Kraków and Warsaw. In 1961, he obtained his diploma in graphic design. As a graphic designer and consultant he collaborated with numerous magazines. Together with Paul Khan he founded Dynamic Diagrams studio, one of the most specialised studios working in the field of visualisation and information architecture. From 1990 to 2000, he was the creative director at Dynamic Diagrams. The list of Dynamic Diagram’s clients includes IBM, Microsoft,  Yale and Harvard Universities, the Holocaust Museum in...

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Krzysztof Lenk, photo: courtesy of the artist

Graphic designer and teacher, born in 1936. He specialises in information design (charts, diagrams, interfaces, typography).

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Zofia Oslislo-Piekarska, photo: Anna Sielska/Krzysztof Szewczyk

Graphic designer from Silesia region of Poland, born in 1985. She designs book layouts, exhibition catalogues, as well as album covers. Her work received several awards on Śląska Rzecz competition.

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Zofia Osislo (1985) – graphic designer, graduate of Fine Arts Academy in Katowice.

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Graphic designer, painter, illustrator, scenographer, interior architect, and a designer of advertisements, posters, and post stamps, active in Warsaw and Paris.

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Tomasz Bersz, photo: Michał Korta/"Miliard rzeczy dookoła"

Tomasz Bersz, born in 1979 in Warsaw, is a graphic designer. He’s taken on many projects, including websites, visual identity, as well as books.

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Print Control no. 5 covers, photo: press materials

The fifth edition of an annual publication Print Control focuses on graphic projects created in 2016. It was published by txt publishing and Culture.pl.

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Monika Hanulak, Mi Sie, mural design, photo: courtesy of the artist

They create books written in images, boldly interpret classics and drawing on the best traditions of the Polish school of illustration, remind us that young readers can also appreciate art. Thanks to these Polish illustrators, the youngest generation have plenty of beautiful books to choose from.

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The Elwro Electronic Company in Wrocław, photo: Paweł Szecówka, courtesy of the Dizajn Gallery at BWA Wrocław

A modern take on a legendary graphic design exhibition, the power of Polish street art and the Polish computer industry– here’s a guide to the most important design exhibitions in Poland in 2017.

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Print Control no. 4, photo.: Paweł Starzec, promotional materials

The fourth issue of Print Control presents almost one hundred most interesting graphic projects that were created between 2014 and 2015 combining them with interviews with selected artists. The premiere will take place on 19 March 2016 in the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.

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Summer Sixteen artwork, photo: promo materials

On 30th January 2016 Canadian rapper Drake premiered his new single Summer Sixteen. The artwork accompanying the single was designed by a Polish designer, Filip Pągowski.

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Mieczysław Wasilewski, photo by Czesław Czapliński / FOTONOVA

Graphic designer, author of posters, illustrator. Born on 1st January, 1942 in Warsaw.

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Various posters by Jan Bajtlik, photo: courtesy of the artist

One of Poland’s most talented children’s book illustrators has been exhibited in Paris for the first time.

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VeryGraphic. Polish Designers of the 20th Century, book cover, painted by hand using different colours, design: Kuba Sowiński, photo: Kuba Sowiński / IAM

The Taipei International Book Exhibition, held between 16th and 21st February 2016, featured three Culture.pl publications: VeryGraphic, Polish Design: Uncut, and Out of the Ordinary. Their inclusion was thanks to a collaboration with The Polish Book Institute.

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Filip Pągowski, photo: Maison Standards

The world’s major newspapers, the most recognisable fashion houses: Filip Pągowski’s works are used by the giants of this world.

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Wojciech Zamecznik, photo courtesy © Archaeology of Photography Foundation

Poster designer. Born on 13th January, 1923 in Warsaw, died on 12th May, 1967.

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Urszula Janowska and Filip Tofil, founders of the Syfon Studio, photo: courtesy of the artists

Interdisciplinary design studio founded by Urszula Janowska and Filip Tofil.

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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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