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Minialbum w miniaturowej serii Plakaty poświęcony jest twórczości grafika młodego pokolenia, Szymona Szymankiewicza.
The new mini-album in the series on the most outstanding Polish poster artists is devoted to Franciszek Starowieyski, a graphic designer, painter, draughtsman, scenographer, and performer. Starowieyski designed over three hundred excellent posters, most of which were meant for films, theatre plays, and festivals.
“Buszewicz. Posters” is another book in the series devoted to the most outstanding poster artists, this time featuring the oeuvre of Maciej Buszewicz, a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Buszewicz has been a designer since 1976, and graduated from Halina Chrostowska’s studio in 1979. Among others, he has designed poster series for the Studio Theatre and Sinfonia Varsovia, and his works feature an unusual combination of typography, texture, and photography.
Another book in the series on the most outstanding poster artists, devoted to the works by Stasys Eidrigevičius, an artist of Lithuanian origin, who has lived and worked in Poland since 1980.
Another mini-album in the series on the most outstanding Polish poster artists presents the art by Eugeniusz Skorwider, professor of the University of the Arts in Poznań.
The album presents the art by Piotr Młodożeniec – a graphic artist, painter, draughtsman, and designer, son of Jan Młodożeniec, another famous and accomplished artist.
Homework. Posters is the twenty-seventh volume in the popular series on the most prominent Polish poster artists.
The book presents the art by Eryk Lipiński (1908–1991) – a draughtsman, poster artist, book illustrator, caricaturist, and satirist – published in collaboration with the Museum of Caricature and Cartoon Art in Warsaw, of which the artist was the initiator. In 1935, together with Zbigniew Mitzner and Zenon Wasilewski, they founded the magazine Szpilki, where for several years he held the role of editor-in-chief.
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.
Another mini-album in the popular Posters series, co-created with the Academy of Fine Arts, is dedicated to Stanisław Wieczorek (b. 1943) – a versatile artist: painter, draughtsman, graphic designer, scenographer and designer.
The twenty-fourth book in the series on posters and graphic arts presents the works by Lex Drewinski, involved with Polish and German artistic and academic circles. Drewinski graduated with honours and obtained a Master’s degree in Waldemar Świerzy’s workshop at the State Higher School of Fine Arts (now the University of the Arts) in Poznań.
Another book in the “Posters” series presents the art of Hubert Hilscher (1924–1999), one of the most famous Polish graphic artists. Hilscher was a versatile author of not only posters and applied graphics, but also book illustrations and corporate identity.