After being approached for ideas to lend a new lease of life to the complex, artist Wojciech Rokosz decided on a bird theme to compliment the surrounding trees and reference the richness of the local birdlife.
After taking over the family business, Magda Kubit is now leading the way plant-based dairy products and in January this year was awarded by the Open Cages association as one of ten Polish women changing the world for animals.
Unusual Lego project wins international orders for Warsaw art student.
With April 16th seeing everyone in Poland being required to cover their mouths and noses when leaving their homes, the DIY mask could be a cheap and easy quick fix.
Seeking to promote “the power of femininity”, designer Marta Ewa Rżanek typically uses 25 millilitres of breast milk to create a necklace or bracelet with the resulting stones being smooth, hard and also warm due to their ability to maintain room temperature.
Mariusz Waras broke the stereotype of a street artist being just a step away from a vandal by obtaining his PhD in 2013 and running the Street Art Studio at the Academy of Art in Szczecin’s Faculty of Painting and New Media.
The work by Etam Cru can been seen around the world, and has taken Polish street art to a new level.
The exhibition "I (am)", Paweł Althamer’s extensive solo show at the Helsinki Art Museum (HAM), will showcase the artist's work from the past three decades. It will open on March 28 and run until September 8, 2019.
Joanna Piotrowska has made a name for herself with her black and white photographs shot in close-up family environments that make a broader statement about the world we live in.
Oskar Krajewski’s Recycled Futures project features a dystopian, futuristic sculpture made up of over 25,000 discarded objects, such as watches and computer parts.