Janusz Stanny Polish mid-century Illustration

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Janusz Stanny, was born in 1932. He is a legend in the world of Polish book illustrators, as well as satirical, he studied at the Faculty of Graphic Arts in Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in the years 1951-1957. He graduated under prof. Henryk Tomaszewski. In the years 1960-1964 he was an assistant professor in the Laboratory of illustration, and from 1975 to his retirement in 2002, led the Design Studio Books at home faculty. In 1989, he received the title of professor. Here’s a few of his charming covers.

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Rabbits with a gun, unusual to say the least !

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He created a couple of hundred books. He made his debut in 1951 in “Pins” as a cartoonist. He published a drawing in “Around the World”, “World”, “Communications Cultural Rights”, recently in “Gazeta Wyborcza” and “Review”. He collaborated with many publishers as a consultant or graphic manager. He deals with graphics, drawings, posters, and is also a writer…

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ARTS & CRAFTS #242

Originally posted on A Skeptical Designer:

“Dirty Little Secrets” (How to Create Images Using Dirt) -  By Sarah Rosado

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AUTHOR BIO: Sarah’s passion for Art has always been a big part of her life. At the early age of 5 she found herself scribbling drawings all over her notebook and everything she could get her hands on. Although it got her trouble sometimes, her teachers knew ther was a talent there waiting to explode.
Over the Years Sarah continued her drawings which evolved from pencil to the computer where she mastered the paint shop program unlike any other. In addiction a few years ago she developed an interest in photography focusing on capturing images that are open for different interpretation by the viewer.
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