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Kolejny minialbum popularnej serii Plakaty, współtworzonej z Akademią Sztuk Pięknych, poświęcony został osobie Stanisława Wieczorka (ur. 1943 r.) – wszechstronnego artysty: malarza, rysownika, grafika, scenografa i projektanta.
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.
The mini-album contains almost 60 works by Józef Mroszczak, one of the most eminent representatives of poster art, author of book and magazine illustrations, and exhibition designer. He co-created the so-called Polish School of Posters and initiated the world’s first Poster Museum in Wilanów. He mentored generations of outstanding poster artists.
Homework. Posters is the twenty-seventh volume in the popular series on the most prominent Polish poster artists.
The album presents the art by Piotr Młodożeniec – a graphic artist, painter, draughtsman, and designer, son of Jan Młodożeniec, another famous and accomplished artist.
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.
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.
This mini-album contains over 50 works by one of the greatest artists of the Polish poster – Henryk Tomaszewski.
Mieczysław Wasilewski, born in Warsaw in 1942, was a student of Henryk Tomaszewski. A teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw since 1971, master of synthesis and lines, one of the most accomplished Polish poster artists.
The fourth mini-album from the series on posters and graphic forms is devoted to the works of Maciej Urbaniec, a co-founder of the Polish School of Posters, one of the most renowned Polish poster artists.
This mini-album presents nearly 60 works by one of the most distinguished Polish authors of book and press illustrations – Janusz Stanny.
The mini-album contains almost 60 works by one of the most famous Polish poster artists – Lech Majewski, a student of Henryk Tomaszewski and tutor of countless young designers.