Friday, March 1, 2024


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Italian Masters

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The Iron Claw

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Polish songs by Aga Zaryan

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Memento Mori

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Polish architecture on minimalistic posters

Rafał Stefanowski creates minimalistic posters depicting the classics of Polish architecture for pleasure. As he says, working on posters is, above all, a lot of good design fun for him, because he likes what he does.

“The idea to make the first poster was mainly due to the desire and need to design […]. I remember then I saw a series of minimalist posters – ‘Six Architects’ by Andrea Gallo, which showed the classics, Corbusier, Kahn, Mies van den Rohe, etc. Then I thought about the University Library in Katowice, designed by the HS99 office. A beautiful building, with a clean, graphic facade. Perfect for making a minimalist poster – just like that, I didn’t think then that I would make a whole series. When the first four posters were ready, I thought of creating a whole series showing the best Polish projects. Then I published a series of the first 10 posters. Friends searched for buildings from posters on the internet – what’s more, they didn’t know about their existence before!,” writes Rafał.

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