Wasilewski, Mieczyslaw | 1973 | Serafino

Wasilewski, Mieczyslaw | 1973 | Serafino


This piece by Wasilewski is interesting as it’s very different from his usual painterly, minimalist monochrome style.

Polish A1 size: 58.5 x 81 cm

About Mieczysław Wasilewski

Wasilewski was born on New Year’s Day in Warsaw, 1942. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, under one of the ‘fathers’ of the Polish School of Posters - professor Henryk Tomaszewski. As well as working as a prolific designer he also works as a professor in Graphic Design across the world. He’s received numerous prestigious awards in the field of poster design and editorial graphics.

You can read a beautiful interview with Wasilewski here (he’s a big fan of Banksy!)

“Today, especially in the times of image-dependent civilization, these short, concise visual statements are even more meaningful than before. Today, when we are flooded with visual blabber, it is poster with capital P, I think, that should be the positive carrier of all positive ideas”