ILLUSTRATION STUDIO M.A. PART ONE presents projects designed by students, who studied at our Studio last three years. They show different aproaches and ways of understanding the relation between image and word resulting as a book or installation. That is the case of Agnieszka Węglarska and her challenging project for creative minds "Daily Poster" focused on creating personal poster for each day of a year. Her powerful work reflects incredible variety of ideas and forms in the field of visual communication. She got for her project a Special Mention of the Dean of Graphic Faculty Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Ula Markuszewska found a very expressive way of woodcut images inspired by Joseph Heller's "Catch 22", what has been appreciated with a Special Mention of the Rector of Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Zuza Pawelec created her own "Phraseological Fairy Tale" and illustrated it with witty and fine drawings. She's been rewarded a Special Mention of the Dean of Graphic Faculty Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Marysia Mastalerz chose "Life Is A Dream" by Pedro Calderon de la Barca as a starting point for her exciting dialog between drawing, typography and colour. Marta Wyczółkowska created with much sense of humour contemporary version of old high society play "The Book of Characters". Hania Słupska continued her fascinating dialog with Robert Stiller's poetry and she chose for diploma project his "Fish' Names", which she superbly illustrated using her own paper cutting techniques. Samantha Kamińska's etchings prints show in polyptic form dramatic developments "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde. Camera and cut Zygmunt Januszewski. Assistent Edgar Bąk. Intro logo Agnieszka Węglarska.

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