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Artists for Psyjaciele

Psyjaciele is a Polish brand that loves Polish design - that's why all the materials for our lairs have been designed especially for us by the wonderful Polish artists. Drawers, illustrators and graphic designers showed their characteristic style and created a small work of art especially for the Psyjaciele. Below is information about each of them - after clicking see products, we can view the entire collection. If you would like to create a pattern for us - write boldly to kontakt@psyjaciele.com!

Pola Augustynowicz

Illustrates articles, books, designs posters, packaging and designs for textiles, runs workshops, participates in exhibitions. You can meet her at various design fairs. She loves everything that is related to visual arts. As long as she can remember, she draws. Every day. See products. Artist's products.
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Daria Solak

Child of the 90s, studied graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Bologna. Full-time illustrator. All her work is done manually. In his spare time he watches dogs and cats on the Internet. Addicted to crayons, coffee and buying children's books.
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Aleksandra Morawiak

Illustrator who specializes in collage technique. The main sphere of her interest is human and his/her relationship with space and himself/herself, and the collage technique is an ideal medium for creating new worlds. For over two years she has been creating illustrations for the press, including such publications as "Kukbuk", "Zwierciadło", "Pani", "Design Alive" and "Wysokie Obcasy Extra". Ola's illustrations have also been awarded the prestigious Must Have quality mark, awarded by the Łódź Design Festival and the KTR Gold Award of the Advertising Creators Club in the Illustration category.
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Lina Lark

Illustrator, graphic artist, visual artist. A graduate of the Visual Arts department at the prestigious University of The Arts London. However, before she took up what she liked most, i.e. art, she graduated from Political Sciences at the University of Wrocław, and then worked in advertising for many years. In her work she divides time between illustrations, ceramics and workshop graphics. There, experimenting with form, color and shape, she looks for ways to create a dialogue between illustration, design and art. Her works have been shown, among others, in Great Britain, Ireland, the USA and Japan. she has lived and worked in Tokyo since 2016. https://linalark.com.
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Joanna Gębal

A graduate of the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She deals with press and book illustration and applied graphics. Her illustrations appeared in children's books and in numerous magazines, such as: High Heels, Normal Life, Newsweek Psychology, Gazeta Wyborcza, Zwierciadło, Znak, Boston Globe Magazine, Nature. She likes to combine traditional techniques and natural textures with intense colors and simple forms. She loves dogs.
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Jagoda Stączek

Jagoda was born and lives in Wałbrzych. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Kraków. Art education at the Faculty of Painting. She cooperated, among others with the quarterly Newsweek Psychologia, KUKBUK magazine, Pismo. Her works could be seen in the K Mag magazine or in the Puro Hotel chain. She loves playing with meanings, extracting something from natural environment, changing context. Dilapidated, yellowed paper of old newspapers and herbariums. From each trip, she brings back old magazines, fragments of damaged books and forgotten photographs, from antiquities in a side street and Sunday flea markets. For more, visit www.blueberrythinks.pl and instagram @blueberrythinks.
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Natasza Kwiatkowska

A workshop graphic artist by profession, a passionate computer graphic designer, illustrator and designer. Sh works in an advertising agency, after work in her free time she creates posters - botanical illustrations and collages as well as fabric samples. She draws inspiration from old engravings, Japanese art and abstract shapes. She is passionate about design (vintage and not only) and everything related to art. She loves cinema, animals, city walks and retro jewelry.
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Mary Zaleska

Illustrator and creative graphic designer from the Tri-City. She gained her education and professional experience in New York. Currently, she is getting to know the local creative environment by participating in fairs and exhibitions and establishing cooperation with brands and magazines. Her works have been published, among others in Newsweek, Glamour, Psychologia Dziś and Pismo magazine. Her illustrations are dominated by the image of a strong woman and values ​​such as tolerance, equality and individual beauty. When she manages to leave the monitor, she travels the world and focuses on developing her art workshop.
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Ewelina Dymek

An illustrator and graphic designer who lives in Poznań and works internationally. Her technique is based on combining the realism of pencil drawing with digital solutions and collage elements. She loves to go into details and use the contrast of delicate shades with expressive brush strokes. Until now, she had the pleasure to work, among others for Bank of America, White House Historical Association, Condé Nast, Pentagram, Penguin Books, Vanity Fair, Washington Post, Playboy, Neutrogena. In her free time, she pampers hers two cats (Pantone and CMYK), reads reports, runs in the forest and buys another plant for the house.
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Adela Madej

Graphic designer. She lives and works in Warsaw. Designs posters, logos and illustrations. She likes simple drawings, strong colors and clear contours. She dreams of one day designing an album cover that will become as iconic as Unknown Pleasures Joy Division. A lover of mayonnaise, second-hand goods and really ugly fridge magnets.
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Nadia Kubczak

Nadia Kubczak - a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture in Poznań. Currently, she lives and works in Warsaw. In her daily work, she is helped by her assistant dog named Zuri. Her posters are mainly inspired by tropical landscapes and magic of the ocean. When designing posters, Nadia pays attention to ecological issues. Every day she tries to live in the most environmentally and animal-friendly way possible.
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Bianka Szlachta

Bianka Szlachta - born in 1988 in Zabrze. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Katowice in 2013. She defended her diploma in the flat printing studio of professor Józef Budka. She took part in numerous group exhibitions in Poland and abroad, and had 4 individual exhibitions, the last one in the Artists' Colony in Gdańsk in 2018. She cooperated with Katowice Miasto Ogrodów, OFF-Festival, Hansa Wear, Adidas and Eurograf publishing house, for which she created illustrations for two editions of Antykalendar for Empik.
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Basia Flores

Basia Flores - deals with illustration, although sometimes she also calls herself an artist, a creative soul. Her illustrations are a journey between colors, shapes and emotions. A simple path to positivity. Basia's studio is located in Katowice. In Katowice, he also teaches illustration and graphics at the Silesian Academy. He illustrates for magazines such as Wysokie Obcasy, Newsweek or KUKBUK.
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Bolesław Chromry

Bolesław Chromry - draftsman, illustrator, painter. Author of graphic books, prose books, zines, covers and posters. Columnist of the USTA Magazine and Notes Na 6. Tygodni. Most often he cooperates with cultural and art institutions, press, publishing houses and the media. He used to work in advertising, today he caresses dogs.
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Ada Zielińska

Ada Zielińska - Deals with broadly defined graphics and illustration. In his works, he combines modernity with the nostalgia of the seventies and eighties. Lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. Awarded with, among others golden KTR award, laureate of the City of Gdańsk Award for Young Artists in the Field of Culture 2021. with brands and institutions such as Adobe, Netflix, Spotify, Levi's, Domestika, CD Projekt RED, "Fast Company Magazine", "New Scientist Magazine", the National Museum in Gdańsk and others
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