Project Evanui got 1st prize in the contest “Memory of looted art”. Gadget inspired by pices of art lost by Poland during World War II. A series of exclusive clips for paper and documents. Evanui from latin means vanish, disappear. Clip invokes the missing images – simplified graphical model moved...
Project Evanui got 1st prize in the contest “Memory of looted art”. Gadget inspired by pices of art lost by Poland during World War II. A series of exclusive clips for paper and documents. Evanui from latin means vanish, disappear. Clip invokes the missing images – simplified graphical model moved from one of the works, disappears when you use it as a bookmark, leaving visible only the bare frame with the signature. Project is being produced by Ministry of Culture, and culture.pl.
Ribbon stool in Tokyo ! Come and see polish +48 Social Club guerrilla club specially set up in the very heart of Tokyo. It’s a place which will present to the Japanese public the best Polish graphic design products from recent years, and will also serve to bring closer to them the cultural context in which these products are used. +48 Social Club will be operational for one week within the framework of the Tokyo Designers Week program. A full program of music and film will accompany the presentation of Polish design.
Ribbon at Salone Del Mobile 2013 Milan, Edit by Designjunction, Designlink.pl: exhibition and Guide on polish design, organized by the Creative Project Foundation, in partnership with Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Poland.
Vote for Jan! ‘Poles with Verve’ is a prestigious poll which aims at showcasing the greatest potential of our country: young people who have ideas, passion and perseverance and create great things, not known of among the wider general public.The poll honours young people whose achievements are not yet widely known; people who have great potential and are able to consistently pursue a chosen goal. The Pole with Verve title and prize can help them achieve a professional success matching those of the Poles who already are household names.
is a polish version of book Polish Design: Uncut. “It is a unique overview of Polish design of the past decade – a period which produced some of the greatest successes in the field and garnered numerous awards, such as the Red Dot Award. Polish design continues to triumph at prestigious competitions and maintains a constant presence at the biggest design fairs (Milan, London, Berlin), reflecting the status currently enjoyed by the brightest talents in the field and their award-winning projects.
Ribbon stool will be shown at Everything Forever Now: Polish and British Sustainable Design exhibition in MOCAK Kraków. Curated by Henrietta Thompson and Magda Kochanowska.
Second prize for balloon sofa. “Jan Lutyk and Stanisław Czarnocki came second with their design of a sofa made of balloons. Plastic pallet found in Przetwory warehouse was split into two parts and its holes were filled with triple inflated balloons making up for a sofa’s seat and backrest. The construction was esthetically pleasing, comfortable and bouncy. “The air has become a working material for designers”
Ribbon stool at London Design Fesival ! YOUNG CREATIVE POLAND: 4 YEARS ON Polish Hearth Club
“The judges appreciated above all the understanding of the material used by the designer in his work, the clarity and simplicity of the message and the awareness of comprehensive thinking, from initial product idea through to transfer to production. A delicate and yet stable construction is another strength of the winning project.”
“Gdynia. An open city. A young city. A seaside city. A resort city. a modernist city. What a kind of place is this? Each artist taking part in this project heard a different story from Gdynia. And each of these stories could be enough for a whole exhibition, or even a festival.” We designed two objects dedicated especially for the main exhibition during Gdynia Design Days 2014: CITY +