Regarded as one of the earlier pioneers of Poland’s poster movement, the work of artist Stefan Norblin is enjoying a fleeting international resurgence after being highlighted by the cult portal Flashbak.
Using the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence and current photos of some of Poland’s best-known landmarks, algorithms employed by ING Bank have deduced what the nation’s most iconic spots will look like in the far-flung future.
After being published by Warsaw City Hall on its social media, the design sparked a raft of opinions from internet users and quickly inspired other cities to jump on the trend and create their own designs alluding to the golden era of Polish poster art.
The re-release of Andrzej Żuławski’s psychological horror Possession for its 40th anniversary has again cast the spotlight on artist Barbara ‘Basha’ Baranowska.
Striking a chord with the public for their humorous but also tender depiction of coastal life, the series reveal a Poland that is instantly recognizable to millions of people.
One of the Polish capital’s unique institutions, the museum is home to art that defied the communist censors.