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Roman Duszek

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Roman Duszek (born in 1935) graphic designer, professor teaching design in Poland and the United States, and creator of visual information systems. He is one of the most outstanding Polish graphic designers of the second half of the 19th and 20th century. Few artists had such an impact on the Polish visual reality of the last 60 years as he did. Author (together with Andrzej Zbrożek) of the groundbreaking identification system for LOT Polish Airlines (1976), the Bumar graphic sign (1972), the development of visual information for the Warsaw metro (1983, together with Ryszard Bojar), the sign of the TV Journal (1980), the sign of the Victoria Hotel (1976) and many posters, packaging and covers, which are the everyday visual reality of several generations of Poles. The book presents, among others graphic signs and posters by Roman Duszek, as well as original designs from the 1960s and 1970s, including the book of visual identification of LOT Polish Airlines and the subway in Warsaw.

Design: Patryk Hardziej
 210 x 273 mm
Pages: 192
Publication: 2023
Format: Hardcover
Language: English & Polish