Series of covers for the University of Łódź - each of the 6 faculties
publishes its own publications; The task was to create a cohesive
"family". The part of uni's logo (comma-parallelogram) has become
a base element for six different patterns (one for each department).
Each faculty gets also its own color: sociology (orange), political
studies (navy blue), geography (green), psychology (light
blue),philosophy (yellow) and pedagogical (pink).
Coming Out is an exhibition of the youngest graduates of the Academy of Arts in Warsaw
- they’ve just abandoned school’s camouflage. Participants (sometimes debutants) come out
ahead students’ crowd, they stop to be invisible. The concept is an attempt to visualize
this process of emerging in a graphically synthetic way.
Visual identity for Group of Music schools.
The first inspiration was the stave; the second one was word "group" - as a group of students, teachers,
musicians - people who create the school. The sign is a visual synthesis - rectangles and squares resemble
music notation, electronic sound recording, and simplified human figures.
Visually strong, rhythmic shapes were used to build other elements of visual identity.
Visual identity for National Institute of Music and Dance.
Music and dance because of the rhythm are inseparably connected. The main inspiration
during the creation of the logotype was a mutual relationship of these two fields of art.
The Institute's sign is an open composition, based on a square, built by the letters of the abbreviation:
N, I, M, I, T. The concept is based on an abstract arrangement of letters I - both are broken into beams
and dots. A simple gesture gave a reference for elements of musical notation. The dots have become a
symbol of two fields of Institute’s activity-music and dance. The chosen colors - black and white - are
associated with the music community, they give classic, elegant and modern feeling.
My logo is a simple, geometric character, which is a variation of the letter "E" - the first letter of my
name. By modifying the central beam, I created a compact, architectural form that refers to the
areas of my activity (graphic, exhibition and space design). However, this massive, "chipped"
rectangle is not a static figure. Despite the bold structure, it’s a dynamic form, which various stages
build the visual language of the entire identity.