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Wiesław Rosocha, photo by Wojciech Laski/East News

Wiesław Rosocha works in poster design, drawing, graphic arts, illustration, and book design. He was born in 1945 in Sokołów Podlaski.

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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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Do You Miss Your Country?, Monika Szydłowska, photo courtesy the publisher

Do You Miss Your Country? is the first book by the Polish artist Monika Szydłowska, author of popular illustrations depicting life of Poles in exile. The publication's title refers to 'the main question asked by Poles living abroad,' as the author explains.

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Juliusz Kossak in a nobleman's outfit, ca. 1894, photo: KOSSAKIANA / East News

Painter, draughtsman, and illustrator, a representative of 19th-century Realism.

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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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Fayga Ostrower in her studio, Rio de Janeiro, 1958, photo: the artist's private archive

A painter, designer, illustrator and author of many books, art theorist and pedagogue. She was born on September 14th 1920 in Łódź and died on September 13th 2001 in Rio de Janeiro.

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Jan Estrada Osmycki, photo: Wojtek Kostrzewa

Born in 1987 in Guadalajara, but chose Poland as a place of work and study. Designs posters, magazines, as well as visual identities for brands and cultural events.

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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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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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Janusz Stanny, photo: Krzysztof Zuczkowski / Forum

Janusz Stanny – one of the greatest Polish creators of press and book illustrations, graphic artist, draughtsman, creator of posters. Born on the 29th of February 1932. Died on the 13th of February 2014.

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Agata Dudek, photo: courtesy of the artist

She is a graphic designer, illustrator, and author working in a variety of mediums. She has collaborated with several enterprises including the children’s clothing company Endo.

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Marta Sławińska, photo. courtesy of the artist

Press illustrations form the bulk of her work and they have appeared in dozens of international magazines. She also designs book and CD covers, and illustrates children’s publications.

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Tymek Jezierski, photo by: Tomek Dubiel

A draughtsman, illustrator, and poster designer with artistic inclinations.

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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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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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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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Marcin Maciejowski, source: raster.art.pl / rastergallery.com

Painter, illustrator, author of press illustrations and cartoons. Since 2000 he has worked for the weekly magazine Przekrój.

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Jerzy Nowosielski, photo: Włodzimierz Wasyluk

Contemporary painter, illustrator, designer and philosopher largely influenced by Russian iconography and the Byzantine style; his earliest works are 1940s representations of female figures

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Wilhelm Sasnal, photo:Stefan Maszewski/Reporter/East News

Painter, illustrator and comic strip artist. The essential issues that continue to interest Sasnal are the limits and possibilities of representation and the examining of the process of seeing and perceiving.

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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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