AN INTERACTIVE ART BOOK CELEBRATING THE MOST CREATIVE PERIOD OF POSTER ART IN POLAND
This period is known as the Polish School of Posters, through some of its iconic film and theatre affiches created between the 1950s and the late 1980s. These were displayed in the streets of the former Polish People’s Republic using an outstanding piece of urban equipment: the poster column, which is still functional to this day.
The book is divided into two parts: following the foreword by art historian Katarzyna Matul, the first part includes ten detachable posters by such legendary designers as Jan Lenica, Henryk Tomaszewski, Wojciech Fangor, Wiktor Górka, Maria ‘Mucha’ Ihnatowicz, Witold Janowski, Jerzy Flisak and Jakub Erol. The second part allows readers to press out and build a mini Polish poster column - all you need is glue!
Contains 10 detachable Polish posters that can be easily pulled out and framed (poster size: 24 x 34 cm) ;a press-out cardboard poster column + mini posters to paste onto the model column (height: 20cm)