Poland has a big tradition in graphic design. From a city in ruins, Warsaw , they raised one of the most peculiar schools of design, and that it is a big statement itself.
Henryk Tomaszewski was appointed Professor at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, heading its Poster Studio until 1985, educating dozens of up-and-coming graphic and poster artists of considerable renown
The strength of his graphic works lies in a simple and intelligent translation of messages and symbols from literary, theatrical, film, music and social themes into a visual language
Thanks to his legacy, Poland is now a country with some of the best illustrators and designers of Europe. We literally fell in Love with the country this summer during our inter-rail trip. Warsaw and Krakow are two very dynamic and arty cities, full of bookstores, art galleries, street art, nice cafes and cosy bars and with an impressive history behind them.
Today in Nòmades we would like you to discover five illustrators that we are sure you are going to Love.