Artist Beata Chęcińska said she focused on Lublin because “It’s a beautiful city, I've seen its change through the years. Every district has its own special atmosphere, especially the old part of the city. It fascinates me.”
Although born in Paris and considered a French artist, Topor’s ties to his Polish-Jewish heritage are unquestionable.
It was only at the end of 2018 that the Guinness Book of Records confirmed that Sebastian Krawczak’s opus magnus was exactly 16 cm2 larger than the previous record holder, making it the largest pencil mural in the world.
EXCLUSIVE: The simplistically beautiful cards were created by some of Poland’s leading illustrators who became known as the Polish School of Illustration.
Since 2013 the Lublin-born artist who now lives in Berlin has been doing a project called The Daily Question where he produces one neon text piece, in the form of a question, every year. The individual neons are then installed in different locations, including being shown in the context of other exhibitions by the artist or, for example, on the outside walls of buildings.