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Supersize Me: Warsaw’s Top Murals
A mirror of the capital’s own creativity, the once sad walls of Warsaw have been used to channel its artistic spirit through the medium of large format murals. From a crowded field, we pick our favorites from the past and the present… Kamien i Co by Wiktor Malinowski (2009)...
Backs Against The Wall
How has the pandemic effected your operations? KS: Let’s face it, almost the whole world has come to a stop so it’s not looking too colorful. From the ten projects we had planned for April, we executed two. On the plus side, we were always careful to build a...
Exploring Kamionek

Exploring Kamionek

Features 8 October 2019 0

Wedged between atmospheric old Praga and snooty Saska Kępa, Kamionek is more than the mundane no-man’s land that many seem to think… Take Center Stage Said to be Warsaw’s first post-war theater, Powszechny (powszechny.com) started performing on Al. Zieleniecka on February 10th, 1945, just weeks after the last Germans...
Off The Wall

Off The Wall

Insider News 10 February 2019 0

Even in a city well accustomed to strange, striking and stimulating wall art, artist Bruno Althamer’s depiction of Kora has won blanket praise from all quarters. Painted as part of a nationwide action to commemorate the great women of Poland, the work has been positioned in such a way...
New Mural Hits Praga
No other artist currently active in Poland has demonstrated the same ability to captivate the public in quite the same manner as Tytus Brzozowski. But though primarily known for his surreal, Warsaw-inspired watercolors, the last few months have seen the artist expand his portfolio in a most literal sense....
New Mural Rises
Work has begun on a new mural to commemorate the 1944 Warsaw Uprising. Covering an area of 250 sq/m, and costing approximately PLN 25,000, the piece will officially be unveiled on July 31st – the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the battle. Found on the wall running outside...

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