To see Polish sculptor Jerzy Kędziora’s work, your best bet is to look up: the figures float above the ground, frozen in jumps, summersaults and other acrobatic feats.
Celebrating his birthday today, the artist is credited with illustrating over 200 books for kids and adults, with his wider portfolio also including experimental paintings and sculptures.
If confirmed to be a Manet, the painting could be worth millions, and not the PLN 160,000 it sold for.
An exhibition titled Impressionism Unknown: Manet, Pisarro and Their Contemporaries, presenting prints from the collections of Oxford's Ashmolean Museum and the National Museum in Krakow, opened on Thursday at a cultural centre in Poland's western city of Poznan.
Titled “The Calendar of Unusual Holidays”, the stamps aim to both present commemorative designs for quirky holidays while at the same time, paying tribute to Poland’s graphic design heyday.
From grey faces, to bold colours, and from massive murals to paintings you can hang on a wall: Wręga’s art has few boundaries.
The hand-painted poles which have appeared in Poznań visually present particular data, such as the percentage of deforestation and air pollution.
With sound playing an important part in his work, it’s sometimes impossible to differentiate whether an object is an artwork, or a musical instrument. He once created a guitar-like instrument made from a dog’s skull.