UK Graphics and Polish Design Scene issue
By interviewing both the leading designers and the newcomers of the design world, we re-examined the UK graphics of the last 20 years, and the verified future design scene respectively. In this issue, we will unravel the tale of Polish design.
It has been 15 years since we last featured Tomato, in our very first issue. Those whom are known as one of the most influential studios in the design world, from and The Designers Republic to add to the list, we have also interviewed Tappin Gofton and Kate Gibb known that have produced masterpieces of the time. Through these interviews, we are able to give you the glimpse of their unwavering mind set to cultivate various works. Along with this, 5 creators from the upcoming generation in the UK design will also be introduced as well. The second half is about the Polish poster graphics scene. Though the poster graphic culture has spread its essence during the communism period, here, we will prevail the show you how the Polish design scene continues to create new masterworks still now.
Embracing the cover design of this issue is designed by one of Tomato’ s founder, John Warwicker with his custom typography.
Tomato, The Designers Republic, Tappin Gofton, Kate Gibb,
SEA, Bibliothèque, Accept&Proceed, Shaz Madani, Kate Hyde
Poland Design Scene
The Poster Museum at Wilanów, Piotr Rypson, Grzegorz Laszuk,
Andrzej Budek, Mieczysław Wasilewski, Filip Pągowski, FONTARTE,
Mamastudio, Michał Łojewski, pictogram, Jakub Jezierski, 2+3D,
Edgar Bąk, print control, Aleksander Modzelewski, The Bęc Zmiana Foundation,
Mariusz Libel (Twożywo Group), STGU, The School of Form, ILLO,
Agata “Endo” Nowicka, Tomasz Walenta, Tymek Jezierski, WAN KOSMOS