Workwear is a collection of streetwear clothes and at the same time an essay on the post-work. The clothes were produced in Poland in a small batch.
art direction: Dawid Prząda + Maja Starakiewicz / motion: Łukasz Podolak /
copy+ operations: Katarzyna Janota, Kuba Kulesza, Piotrek Dziadowicz / foto: Kasia Klebert
Project is a retelling of the ancient, and unfortunately quite forgotten, Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the oldest literary texts we know today. Within the project I designed website, set of illustrations and some printed matter. My images are accompanied by text (written by Marcin Mleczak) paraphrasing the original story.
My facination with border stones started when I saw ancient hermai for the very first time. Inspired by the simplified, nearly abstract form of the greek sculptures (serving often as boundary markers or sign-posts) I created a small series of wood sculptures that could mark the entrance to different zones of imaginary, mythological world. Some of them
were exhibited as a part of Gilgamesh series.
The rendered earthworm character became the base for the visual identity of the annual outing, where UX specialists, tech people, scientists and artists come together to discuss visions of a better future.
art direction: Dawid Prząda
A collaboration with the wax sculptor and owner of the Mad Neeco brand resulted in the design of this kitty-cat ring, illustrated stickers and social media content.
Newly founded magazine Elementy, published by Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, comissioned me to create set of graphics, serving not only as illustrations, but also visual summaries of the papers.
Copernicus Festival, one of the most outstanding science festivals in Poland invited Jakub Woynarowski and me to create visual essay related to the theme of the event, which was imagination. The piece was exhibited in Cricoteka in Kraków during the show curated by Woynarowski.