And another one stone. This one is soft and tricky. Does not forgive any mistakes. Again a subtle play between white and whiter.
Stone carving is a bit of meditation and listening to not only noise of the hammer and chisel but also to the material. To the stone. It is all about the light and structure. It allows to understand type more, meaning, from the different perspective.
(100 pages) is nothing else but a short description of my revival process (including research) of Lutetia – first typeface designed by Jan Van Krimpen. The entire content was eventually narrowed down as much as possible to focus on what is the most important – the typeface with its characteristic. Project was led by […]
Mala is my graduation project at Type and Media Master Course (KABK). The purpose of the family is to perform on the maps. The reason why I have undertaken the attempt to outline this kind of family was simple: I have always been into history, books and maps. I drew some maps too and I like […]
Climbing up on Mala is a story about design philosophy and process of Mala type family, which was my final project at the Type and Media 2013 course. Both design and entire content explain clearly what and how lead me to risk a bit and try to joggle with eight extremely different styles at the […]
Designed for Sztuka Beskidzka. The „Barbara” carpet got awarded in GOOD DESIGN 2009 competition in category home. Featured in Polish pavilion during the EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, China. All of the designs are available for sale.
Since I would never use Helvetica… The Essences is a collection of essays on typography written by the gurus of the field (beginning from 1920s to 1970s). There are three ways to read the book: (1) traditional linear from the beginning to the end, (2) random, by selected sentences, which are the highlights of the […]
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is patience. These are big canvases (120/160 cm width) covered with little lines. Oil on canvas, brush size 0, 0/5, max 1. Here, the color and subtleness are important. These were for me the riddles between visible and invisible. Hardcore to photograph.
This is an example of compulsive enjoyable drawing that I have developed during working full-time and still having some free time (yesssssssss!!!). Then it turned into an obsession and drawing lines on big surfaces (several meters). Contemplation. After beetroots came the time for a bit more complicated stuff like… I don’t know what… […]
This project has been done during the first semester of Type and Media under the supervision of Pau Van Der Laan.