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Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, aka Witkacy (1885–1939) – a painter, draughtsman, photographer, writer and philosopher. One of the most versatile and extraordinary artists in the history of Polish art. Perceived as an eccentric provocateur already during his lifetime, he disrupted every field of activity that he entered, creating new forms of communication and expression.
“Little Bestiary – Colouring Book” is a wonderful idea for children who are passionate about stories of mythical dwarves and Slavic creatures. The colouring book contains illustrations of 15 Slavic beings.
A real treat for all ectoplasm enthusiasts. This beautifully illustrated album features ghosts, ghouls and apparitions believed to have been haunting selected Polish towns and castles.
Our album on the work of Zdzisław Beksiński presents a wealth of facts on this extraordinary artist.
Following the huge success of the books on Tamara de Lempicka (1898–1980) focusing on the painting and personal life of the remarkable, talented artist, this time, we present a mini-album in the “Drawing” series.
One of the great four of romanticism, Cyprian Kamil Norwid, was not only a prominent poet, writer and playwright, but also an excellent draughtsman and painter, which we can see in the collection of ink, pen, crayon, and watercolour works reproduced in another mini-album in the Drawing series.
The exceptional set of four mini-albums “Beksiński. Drawings”, “Beksiński. Graphics”, “Beksiński. Painting”, “Beksiński. Photograpy” enclosed in an elegant box. This unique set is composed of bestsellers presenting the fields of art of Beksiński, an extremely talented artist from Sanok.
Following the great reception of the “Slavic Bestiary” series, one of its authors, Witold Vargas, prepared a sequel, this time focusing entirely on animals.
When we look into Polish tales, fables and legends, we get the impression that our forefathers were passionate about such stories. Centuries of history gave rise to a vast, colourful and densely-populated world of Polish folk beliefs.
Marcin Mroszczak. Posters is already volume 25 in the popular Posters mini-album series, this time devoted to the art of Marcin Mroszczak, son of Józef Mroszczak, one of the founding fathers of the Polish school of poster art. Marcin Mroszczak studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, has worked at prestigious foreign design studios and started his own advertising agency Corporate Profiles.
A minialbum on the art by Piotr Garlicki – a graphic and poster designer involved with the Faculty of Graphic Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
Another album in the Posters series, this time on Tomasz Bogusławski, a graphic designer and teacher working with the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk and the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Gdańsk.