Adam Mikołajczyk, who has dedicated his entire professional life to the cause said: “The idea behind my studio isn’t only to take pictures of guys but to make them feel better both physically and psychologically.”
The man is thought to have taken part in road testing the ‘Polish Harley Davidson’ motorbike 67 years ago in the Tatra mountains and the museum in Szczecin which launched the appeal said it was now keen to add him into their history books.
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Often mysterious and ethereal, the mood in Łukasz Lenkiewicz’s photos crosses boundaries that are serene, surreal, wistful and dreamlike. Along the way, his discoveries – which he says run into several hundred – have ranged from the intriguing and creepy to the downright bizarre.
Taken in Wrocław by world-renowned photographer Chris Niedenthal, the photo shows a young, rosy-cheeked woman in a floral dress, leaning one arm against a concrete balcony as the other appears to brush back a lock of her raven hair. Originally published in a German magazine in 1982, the photo quickly became as iconic as the building itself.
Motivated by a driving desire to expose the spectacular beauty of their local region, two photographers are within touching distance of realizing their dream and releasing an album of their stunning captures of the natural world.
Titled ‘A Northern Winter Night’ the stunning photograph by Łukasz Żak from Wołomin shows a 360 degree panorama of the snow covered ground with tall trees encircling the nebulae of the northern winter Milky Way.
As an extraordinary photo exhibition of dolls inspired by Gothic literature and dark wave music gets underway in Now Huta, TFN talks to the woman behind the stunning creations, Monika Mostowik.
Grzegorz Lewandowski becomes only the 200th Polish artist to be recognised by the International Federation of Photographic Art FIAP in its 70 year history after he was awarded the title of Excellence FIAP “for his efforts, work and technique in the domain of photographic art and in recognition for the eminent services he has rendered”.
The historical memorabilia from the Veterans' House in Manchester, UK, include veterans' banners, Polish flags, paintings, books and documents belonging to the post-war Polish community in the city. The author of the photographs told TFN: “I was in complete shock and awe with not only how many items were still in the building, but also what the items represented.”