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Michał Kokoszczyński

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Kamila Ratajczak

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Julian Kondej

Jan Szczepanik-Dzikowski 142 – 155

Anil Demir

Adrianna Kaczmarek

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Agnieszka Grzyb

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Joseph Fakhoury Julia Potocka Nathalie Olko

Mateusz Nowak Maciej Połczyński Natalia Padzińska Justyna Madej Kasia Płocińska

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The works presented in this group portfolio would not come to existance without all of the efforts that dr hab. Ewa Satalecka put into tutoring our group. Dr hab. Satalecka not only gave us lectures on the theory of image and typography, but also closely supervised our assessments, providing detailed advice. She also coordinated all the workshops with guest lecturers, which proved unusually interesting and developing. Therefore, we would like to dedicate Prof. Satalecka this portfolio. Thank You for sharing Your knowledge and practical skills, as well as for looking after us under any circumstances. SNM, English path, 2013-2014

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nt.olko@gmail.com illustration, drawing, typography

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Official portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Digital typeface / Typography / 2nd semester condensed – extended – bold – thin

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Typography of Warsaw – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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Typography of Warsaw – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Typography of Warsaw – animation / Typography / 2nd semes

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Kinetic Typography with Word – animation / Typography / 2nd semester

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Storyboard – The Little Mermaid / Theory of Image / 1st semester plasticine, photography

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pmatthew.art@gmail.com illustration, animation, typography, street art

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MACIEJ POŁCZYŃSKI 23


Sketches

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 2nd semester Poster created by collecting letters from local graffiti writers.

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Warsaw Typography – animation / Typography / 2nd semester 4 frames from animation based on Warsaw Typography poster. 1. sketch & fill-in 2. outline 3. shadow 4. background loop

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Unofficial portrait – poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester Photoshop collage created with a hand-cut stencil and textures.

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Official portrait – poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 2nd semester condensed – regular – extended

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 2nd semester light – regular – bold

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SPACE – kinet Poster and fr

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tic typography / Typography / 1st semester rames from animation

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Poster designed for Museum’s Night 2014 in PJIIT. “Haunted House” Part of visual system for this event (poster, signs, banner, plan, t-shirts)

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agnieszkaa.grzyb@gmail.com I’m interested in typography, photography and painting. People I love, places I visit and emotions that I experience in my everyday life are my biggest inspiration.

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Agnieszka Grzyb 41


Official Portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester photography

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Official Portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester photography

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Hansel and Gretel – storyboard

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 2nd semester Poster, postcard and animation

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Sketches

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S P A C E Kinetic Typography SPACE / Typography / 2nd semester Poster, postcard and animation

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justyna.madey14@gmail.com “Not everything is design, but design is about everything� Michael Bierut

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Story telling – poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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London Typography – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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Word Animation – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Dictionary page design / Typography / 2nd semester

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julia.h.potocka@gmail.com Synesthete with the MA degree in European Studies. Globetrotter with experience in administrative work. Student of the 1st year Graphic Design at the PolishJapanese Institute of Information Technologies (PJIIT). Fascinated by the nature, the power of mind and the alternative medicine. In art work aims at combining simplicity with deeper meaning of presented issues. Passionate about the osmosis between all the aspects of physical and spiritual life.

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Official Identity – poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester The project presents me in the most official of the unofficial ways. The usage of the Möbius strip is to show the infinity of the mind and the shadow casting word “conscious” aims at underlining the importance of remaining aware of what life is.

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Unofficial Identity – poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester To me, finding the inner balance is the main goal of every day and this is what I wished to present here.

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The Ugly Duckling / Theory of Image / 1st semester Digital manipulation of photographs aimed at presenting the story in a true, yet simple way. The temporary lack of swans in the park pushed me to concentrate on peacocks, as the actors playing the main role. They seemed very proud of it.

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 1st semester The geometrical forms combined with the samples of typography I found in the vicinity of where I live present the complexity and the richness of my district, my area, my city. Warsaw is a very diverse place.

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 1st semester This animation aimed at presenting Warsaw Typography in motion.

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It uses different opacity to show the movement and distance. It is one of the very first animations I have ever made.

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Light – regular – bold

Condensed – regular – extended

Digital Typeface – Lowercase / Typography / 1st semester

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Condensed – regular – extended

Light – regular – bold

Digital Typeface – Uppercase / Typography / 1st semester

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Time / Typography / 1st semester The timelessness of time is the subject of this poster and animation. Th dimesion. Time means different things to all of us and it is subject to in

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hey aim at underlining that it is relative to measure time and it is a matter of another ndividual management. Recent studies claim that there is no such issue as time.

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Visual identification for the PJIIT’s Museum Night entitled “Haunted House” This was a joint project of Maciej Połczyński, Julia Potocka and Kamila Ratajczak, supervised by dr hab. Ewa Satalecka.

We decided upon delivering the topic in a graphical and simple way with a twist.

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zojdster@gmail.com

animation, painting �Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.� Steve Jobs

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Joseph Fakhoury

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Informal Poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 2nd semster

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Light / Typography / 2nd semester

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adrianna.kaczmarek@gmail.com adrianna.kaczmarek@gmail.com

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Self-portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Typography

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Self-portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Little Red Riding Hood / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Warsaw Typography – postcard / Typography / 1st semester

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MOVEMENT – poster / Typography / 1st semester

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katarzyna.plocinska134@gmail.com Concept art and doodling are my hobbies. While I don’t draw I sleep or read comic books. This portfolio contains the works from Theory of Image and Typography classes.

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Adventures of Little Red Lego Hood / Theory of Image / 1st semester The first task was to create a storyboard that represents one of the stories from our childhood. I picked Little Red Riding Hood and that’s my representation of it.

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Infomal Poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester Informal poster that was suppose to present more private representation of my person. I decided to draw one of my favourite comic book character – Venom. The small person in the corner is me, the fact that I drew myself so small shows that my work is more important for me than my looks.

Formal Poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester Formal poster that was suppose to show a formal representation of my person. I put my favourite things togheter and created sort of an ID card. What is more formal than ID card? You cannot see me in person and colors are black and white to show more official look.

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Warsaw Typography – posters – animation / Typography / 1st semester The first task is a poster and a card that contains the typography I found in Warsaw. I created an old destroyed map to represent the treasure hunt that was looking for these typefaces. This task also contained an animation.

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Warsaw Typography – animation / Typography / 1st semester

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Digital typeface / Typography / 2nd semester Assignment of creating letters out of simple shapes. In this task you can see regular, bold and thin letters.

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Rhythm – poster / Typography / 2nd semester I was working with the word “rhythm”. We were supposed to create a poster and also animation and dictionary page containing this word. This was one of the more complicated tasks, because it forced to focus not on the type, but also on dynamics.

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Dictionary Layout / Typography / 2nd semester Creating a dictionary page and developing skills in InDesign. I created both right and left page to see how it works in the whole spread.

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Rhythm – animation / Typography / 2nd semester

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j.szczepanik.dzikowski@gmail.com Designer Programmer Game Developer

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Dictionary Layout / Typography / 2nd semester

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Digital typeface / Typography / 2nd semester

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Rhythm – animation / Typography / 2nd semester Sample frames

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Rhythm – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography – animation / Typography / 2nd semester Sample frames

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padzia1@gmail.com

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Natalia Padzińska

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Hansel and Gretel – storyboard / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Close ups and sketch

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Official portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Warsaw Typography – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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Movement – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Movement – animation / Typography / 2nd semester

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Dictionary page / Typography / 2nd semester

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 2nd semester

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anldemir@gmail.com http://anldemi4.wisemester.com/portfolio Game Development Graphic Design

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ANIL DEMIR 143


Official Portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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I’ve never had a balloon – symbols / Theory of Image / 1st semester

I’ve never had a balloon – pic 1st semester

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I’ve never had a balloon / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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I’ve never had a ballon – photos / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Dictionary Page Layout / Typography / 2nd semester

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 2nd semester

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Love Letters – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Love Letters – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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Light – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Tears in Rain – animation / Typography / 2nd semester www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGYaTpWvQvg

Love Letters – interactive Typography / Typography / 2nd semester www.fastswf.com/9urw7ug

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kamilarat@gmail.com “I have an idea that the only thing which makes it possible to regard this world we live in without disgust is the beauty which now and then men create out of the chaos. The pictures they paint, the music they compose, the books they write, and the lives they lead. Of all these the richest in beauty is the beautiful life. That is the perfect work of art.� W. Somerset Maugham

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Kamila Ratajczak 159


Warsaw Typography /

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Typography / 1st semester

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Official portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Movement – Kinetic Typography / Typography / 2nd semester

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Digital Typeface / Typography / 1st semester light – regular – bold

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nowakmati@gmail.com

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Mateusz Nowak 169


Unofficial Portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Official Portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Warsaw Typography – postcard / Typography / 2nd semester

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adam.qlesza@gmail.com “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.� Scott Adams

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Adam Kulesza 181


Official portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial portrait / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Pug King – storyboard / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Rhythm / Typography / 2nd semester

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Warsaw Typography – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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juliankondej@gmail.com photography, typography, sports, music, cats

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Julian Kondej 191


Official poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Unofficial poster / Theory of Image / 1st semester

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Warsaw Typography 2nd semester

Time – poster / Typography / 2nd semester

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Light – animation / Typography / 2nd semester

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Editiorial illustration

Workshops with

Yadzia Williams Glyndwr University, Wales, UK

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The main goal of the workshop was to understand and practice the basics of graphic research. Our task concentrated on creating editorial illustrations for a magazine issue devoted to Valentine’s Day. The cover story was a survey and analysis of the state of love. Each student was to choose one topic from: overview of love, first love, historical love, weddings, sensual love, erotic love, computer love, adultery, divorce. After individual research on the chosen theme, we explored our ideas graphically and finalised the illustrations. Yadzia Williams supervised our efforts and made sure we followed the right track within the direction we chose. Everyone’s intensive work proved fruitful, as the outcomes of the assessment are impressive and present a wide diversity of ideas, techniques and interpretation of topics.

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Julia Potocka, Adultery 221


Justyna Madej, Historical Love 223


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Katarzyna Płocińska, Sensual Love 225


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Kamila Ratajczak, Divorce 227


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Adam Kulesza, Wedding 233


Visual communication

Workshops with

Tarja Nieminen Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland

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The workshop entitled “Mandala – the world of graphic design in common use” aimed at discussing the visual communication and the contemporary phenomena and challenges in graphic design from the perspectives of young aspiring designers. We were asked to create a “mandala”, a spherelike graphic presentation of our notions of the world of graphic design. Like with every project, we started with individual research, in order to find what graphic design signified for each of us. After that, we began to develop our ideas, think of the techniques we wished to use and ordering the mandala sequence. This may have been one of the most individual workshops, because traditionally mandala-making process aims at concentrating on the inner voice. Therefore, to perform the task well, we all needed to find our true understanding of graphic design.

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Type design from serif to sans

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Martin Majoor lecturer, graphic designer and type designer, Arnhem, The Netherlands

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The workshop entitled “Type design from serif to sans” was organised to teach us the basics in typography and typeface design. Before any practical exercises, there was a thorough explanation of the important aspects of designing a typeface. We were then asked to operate with a tool consisting of two pencils connected with an elastic band. Martin Majoor closely supervised our first steps in designing letters, starting with an “n”, and followed by other letters, each with a bit more ease. With his attentive eye kept on our work, each of us managed to create in their own typeface a word “pigsnake”, made up specifically for the purpose of this workshop. At the end, we all presented the word in a serif and a sans serif typeface. Some of us even managed to recreate the designed typeface digitally. Martin Majoor taught us not only the letter design, but also the appropriate letter spacing and basic rules in typography.

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Natalia Padzińska – serif, sans, n sketches 266


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This was by all means the most technically advanced of all workshops. At the beginning some of us had difficulties finding out way in the intricacy of the mysterious Arduino device which, when properly connected to the computer, enables transforming touch into sound or image. The main topic of the project was “Sounds of Warsaw”; by using interactive drawing based on conductive ink as well as conductive tape and thread, we were to prepare advertisement of a new music festival entitled “Savages” coming to Warsaw, investigating into the relationship between sound and image. Due to the complexity of the task, we were advised to work in groups. We were given all the necessary information and tools and, with the guidance of Adam Cooke, each group worked on their interactive project.

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The team thought of a project that was aimed at being installed on Warsaw metro train. It was constructed as a central metal pipe used for passengers to hold on to it. Whenever someone would touch it, it would emit sounds such as bird tweeting or bongo drum playing.

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The project aimed at allowing the audience to use instrument-shapped cardboard boards to emit sounds, by pressing different buttons on them. This was imagined as an installation presented inside one of Warsaw’s shopping malls.

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The project aimed at provoking the audience to step on one of the coloured circles in order to emit sound. This construction was imagined as an installation inside one of Warsaw’s shopping malls.

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The project prototype was meant for installation as handles on a bus. When pulled down, the handles were emitting sounds with jungle connotations. The audience was able to pull more than one handle at a time, which would create the hustle and bustle of an urban jungle.

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The project aimed at attracting the audience to sit down on a bench that would then emit sounds of wild animals. The installation was intriguingly presented as part of a tram stop

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The project combined both sound and light provoked by a simple touch of the lightbulb. The team envisaged their prototype installed on a tree, and by this attract people’s attention.

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Narrative sequence “Being Human”

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Yadzia Williams Glyndwr University, Wales, UK

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This workshop aimed at exploring narrative and sequencing, and it was linked to a narrative competition set every year in Britain. We first needed to research the topic “Being human”, develop a concept and write a short narrative. This project was about image-making; we were free to choose how to create the images and what media to use. Thanks to this workshop, each of us had a chance to learn how to graphically express a sequence of messages, as well as to work with images and text. The outcomes were impressive, as most of us managed to finish their graphical narrative within the short deadline. Moreover, the projects were very diverse in ideas, techniques and perception of the subject “Being human”.

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Justyna Madej, Left or right side 322


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MOTYF 2014

NODEBox – sound and image by Lucas

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Easy mobile developing with AppInventor by Juanma

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Augumented Reality and Unity 3D by Marcin

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Processing Program in visualization – basic exercises by Ralf

Dringenberg & Hartmut Bohnacker

General Outline Stop Motion Typography by Bariş

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MINDS-N-MOTION: Dynamic text exercises in After Effects by Anja

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Stöffler, assistant Tim Rizzo & Philipp Sniechota


The MOTYF 2014 Second International Students’ Moving Type Festival offered a number of interesting workshops. We all participated in the workshop entitled “Conversation between North and South” led by Eleni Martini & Aspasia Voudouri. Furthermore, each of us could choose other activities

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Natalia Padzińska, Julia Potocka, Conversation between North & South – poster 371


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Julia Potocka, Julian Kondej Augumented reality – AR poster 373


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Natalia Łajszczak, Maciej Połczyński, Illegal, Stop motion animation – frames 375


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Anil Demir, Jan Szczepanik-Dzikowski Argumented reality game, BattlefieldZ – poster, frame 379


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layout design, setting: Maciej Polczynski words, help: Julia Potocka typography: Questa, Szymon Celej supervision: dr hab. Ewa Satalecka PJWSTK Warsaw 2014

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Profile for Warsztat Graficzny Ewa Satalecka

Group portfolio  

Group portfolio