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A state-of-the art how-to manual for all ski fanatics , but also amateurs who are just beginning their adventure with skiing.
This book by the renowned fashion designer Krzysztof Łoszewski is a man’s practical manual on how to dress.
The phenomenon of highway robbery as a part of the Carpathian folklore has fascinated many for years. This book features 37 most (in)famous head bandits (harnaś in Polish) who operated in the Carpathian Mountains from the 16th until the 19th century, some of them brazenly venturing as far as Moravia, Silesia, Podole or even Cracow and Przemyśl.
In this richly illustrated personal guide the Author invites us on a journey along the ancient white wine trail from Hungary to Poland.
Our latest exquisitely illustrated album on Poland features enchanting landscapes, historic monuments and newest technological and architectural achievements.
The guide takes the reader on journey along the historic and scenic land of Wielkopolska.
Krzysztof Łoszewski, author of the bestselling Dress code, returns with a new book. This time it is Smart casual, a guide for all men who aspire to a smart and original look on occasions which do not necessarily call for traditional suits.
What a match!It lasted 4 years, 4 months and 14 days. All Polish records were broken, as were many European records and several world records.But the outcome was uncertain until the end.It was a match for promotion, for honour, for everything.The match for the National Stadium!
The book presents the history of Polish graphic tradition leading to the so-called phenomenon of the Polish poster – the history, which starts with the first printing workshops in Krakow in the sixteenth century. It continues with the birth of graphic arts in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, through workshop experiments in the nineteenth century, modernist transformations, world-famous Polish graphic arts in the interwar period, and the birth of the Polish school of graphic design in the 1930s, leading to the rise of the Polish school of posters in the second half of that century. It then goes on to Solidarity’s affiche brut of the next generation and ultimately the full bloom of a young, poetic and somewhat anarchic poster at the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Stanisław Składanowski's photographs give an excellent idea of the multiplicity of the beautiful and historic sights in Toruń, birthplace of Copernicus. In his introductory essay Olgierd Budrewicz shares his reflections on Toruń with readers.
1940s Warsaw, the first volume of a new series FOTO RETRO by Wydawnictwo Bosz, is the result of cooperation with the National Digital Archives. This is a unique illustrated book that overcomes stereotypes and tells the story of the capital of Poland in pictures.