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Rhythm Baboon, photo: press materials

Szymon Listewnik (born in Gdańsk) is a music producer, DJ and graphic designer. As an artist he uses the pseudonym Rhythm Baboon. His music can be described as a mix of footwork and juke with elements of techno. When he wants to define his interests broadly, he says simply: ‘bass music’.

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Bronisław Wojciech Linke with Maria Dąbrowska and Anna Kowalska, Warsaw, 10th October, 1951, photo: Anna Linkowa / Museum of Literature / East News

Painter, draughtsman, and graphic designer. Born on 23rd April, 1906 in Tartu (Estonia), died on 6th October, 1962 in Warsaw.

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Jan Tarasin in his studio, photo: Wojciech Kryński / Forum

Painter, graphic designer, drawer, photographer, author of philosophical essays on art. He was born on September 11th 1926 in Kalisz. He died on August 8th 2009 in Warsaw.

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Małgorzata Gurowska, photo courtesy of Agencja Gazeta

Visual artist specialising in graphic design (including art books) and graphic print. Born in 1977.

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Wilhelm Bras, photo: Studio FilmLove

He introduces avant garde and noise to the club scene. He plays concerts in the dark and lights up his ‘work place’ with only a headlamp.

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Jan Młodożeniec, 1987, photo: Jan Kryński / Forum

One of the most prominent members of the Polish School of Posters. Author of more than four hundred posters, book covers, illustrations, and drawings. Recognized for his graphic design and painting talents.

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Piotr Kowalski, born in 1973 is a draughtsman, graphic designer, illustrator, and author of comic books.

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Emilia Pyza, photo: courtesy of the designer

A graphic artist who graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Graphic Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In 2012 she began to work under the brand name Poziomka Studio. She was born in 1988.

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Kazimierz Podsadecki, photo source: National Digital Archives / www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl

He was born in 1904 in Zabierzów, near Kraków. He died in 1970 in Kraków. A painter and creator of applied graphic art, interested in photomontages and experimental films.

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Janusz Maria Brzeski, photo source: National Digital Archives

Janusz Maria Brzeski was a graphic designer, draughtsman and photographer associated with the modernists, as well as an avant-garde filmmaker, art critic and journalist.

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Director of abstract animated films and music videos, graphic designer. Born in 1980.

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Monika Zawadzki at a vernissage at the ZOO Gallery, Warsaw, 15th of November, 2004, photo: Jacek Wajszczak/Reporter/East News

Monika Zawadzki is a visual artist who creates sculptures, video works, posters and works of graphic art. Born on the 24th of October 1977 in Grójec. She studied at the Faculty of Graphic Art of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts.

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Bronisław Zelek, photo: Marian Misiak

Born in 1935, Bronisław Zelek is a graphic designer, poster artist and author of acclaimed typefaces. His very characteristic way of implementing stills and ascetic colours and his perfect blending of images and typography have made him widely recognised as the no. 1 specialist of portraying horror films in posters.

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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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Lucjan Mianowski, Source: National Museum in Kraków

His works branched out between the styles of Expressionism and the Grotesque, Surrealism, Informel and pop art of the '50s and '60s.

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Joanna Zastróżna, photo by Michał Szlaga / East News

Photographer, painter and graphic designer. Born in 1972 in Gdynia...

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Zofia Stryjeńska, photo source: National Digital Archives / www.audiovis.nac.gov.pl

Major Polish female artist of the inter-war period. Born 1891, died 1976.

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To by or not to by 1998; oil on canvas; 100x89,5 cm; courtesy of aTAK Gallery

Painter, poet, graphic designer. Born July 17, 1956 in Sosnowiec; resides in Warsaw.

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Born in 1908, died in 1985 in Krakow. Marczynski was one of the most original artists of post-war Krakow. Despite working very closely with the group that surrounded Tadeusz Kantor, he experimented in ways that ultimately lead to his art becoming clearly differentiated from that of his friends.

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Mariusz Grzegorzek, photo: Piotr Guzik / Forum

Film and theater director, writer, and graphic designer. His productions use few actors and are concentrated on the psychology of characters and the relations between them.

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