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It's not easy to show one hundred years of Polish design in just one hundred objects. Which ones were really the most important? The most intriguing? How does one choose? How does one show more than just the iconic designs that everyone knows? The Adam Mickiewicz Institute’s newest publication The ABCs of Polish Design features one hundred amazing Polish designs alongside young Polish illustrators’ interpretations of them. Illustrations from the new book The ABCs of Polish Design: 25 Illustrators Revisit 100 Iconic Designs. Concept: Ewa Solarz Text: Agnieszka Kowalska, Ewa Solarz, Agata...

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Grande Circular, Poland, photo: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Graphic vs. industrial, classic vs. contemporary, Polish vs. Brazilian: Design Dialogue: Poland – Brazil exhibition will juxtapose historical poster art with contemporary posters, showcase icons of Polish and Brazilian design and feature a special presentation of Jorge Zalszupin’s works.

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Graphic vs. industrial, classic vs. contemporary, Polish vs. Brazilian: Design Dialogue: Poland – Brazil exhibition juxtaposes historical poster art with contemporary posters, showcasing the icons of Polish and Brazilian design.

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Pismo drogowe (Street Writing), P. Młodożeniec, 1975, photo: press materials

One hundred years – one hundred Polish designs. During the Gdynia Design Days, the Handbook of Polish Design exhibition will present some of the most important Polish designs of the past century.

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Tymek Jezierski, Brazylia / Polska, 2016

Five Polish graphic designers and five Brazilian ones were each asked to design two posters, one promoting Poland, and the other – Brazil. What would the Poles have to say about Brazil, and the Brazilians about Poland? What do they know and what ideas do they have about their own countries?

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The Design Dialogue: Poland – Brazil exhibition will juxtapose historical poster art with contemporary posters, showcasing the icons of Polish and Brazilian design.

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Rafał Milach, Marina, miss kolei białoruskich obwodu brzeskiego, Mińsk, fotografia z cyklu "The Winners", fot. dzięki uprzejmości fotografa

Print Control, the bilingual annual publication released by Culture.pl presents a current overview of printed design from Poland. Agnieszka Sural brings you her selection of the 15 most important projects created between 2014-2015 out of the hundreds featured in the magazine’s fourth edition.

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Mundane towns infected with the aesthetics of the Polish People's Republic, fountains, monotonous cube-shaped houses, and motley marketplaces – Robert Czajka recycles this nostalgic imagery into DIY models, inviting the audience members to construct their own cityscapes.

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Works from the exhibition DO IT YOUR WAY. Polish Design in Pieces. The exhibition organised by Culture.pl at Milan Design Week 2015 will break the barriers between exhibits and visitors, between design and user. The presentation will invite guests to interact with the objects and will remind everyone that design can be a source of fun and inspiration.

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An exhibition organised by Culture.pl at Milan Design Week 2015 will break the barriers between exhibits and visitors, between design and user. The presentation will invite guests to interact with the objects and will remind everyone that design can be a source of fun and inspiration.

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Boomini, doll house, photo press materials

Polish designers are bringing out products that are educational and picture pretty. Hand-made goods made of ecological and natural materials are pushing their mass made counterparts out from the market and making professions that seemed outdated relevant once again. press

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