The new mural has been unveiled in the same Warsaw district that helped inspire one of his most famous hits, Sen o Warszawie (Dream About Warsaw).
The “Wallphabet”, as it is called, features the 26 letters of the alphabet, all in different fonts or styles of lettering, from elegant cursive handwriting to chunkier designs.
Photographer Wojciech Wilczyk, whose incredible work will be published in a 512-page book entitled “Słownik polsko-polski”, found the incredible murals depicting Polish heroes in virtually every city.
During a visit to Warsaw in 1948, Picasso famously drew a mermaid – the symbol of Warsaw - on the wall of an apartment. A few years later, the owner got rid of it and the drawing was feared lost forever. Until now…
Painted onto pillars beneath the Gdańsk Strzyża station, the mural is a tribute to all the women who fought for a free Poland during communism and acts as a reminder of their role in the historic events that began in Pomerania in August 1980, and then spilled across the whole country.
Championing an original and “hand crafted” approach to advertising, the Good Looking Studio is re-writing the rule book.
Already widely celebrated for his surreal watercolours of Polish cities, acclaimed artist Tytus Brzozowski has seen his work given the XXL treatment with the unveiling of a stunning 18-metre tall mural running along the side of a building housing the capital’s Municipal Roads Authority.
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.
Artist uses the past and present to reimagine Warsaw’s 19th century charm.