In this personal project Maria Giemza wanted to give three of modernist buildings a colour admonition: PKP Ochota – a train station in Warsaw, Spodek – a concert hall in Katowice and Centrum Warenhaus in Neustadt. They often become forgotten, counting on mercy of passing time. In many cases not considered as valuable architecture. They hide their beauty in highly functional design, constructed of simple materials and forms. Modernism series of illustration is a little tribute to Maria’s favourite movement in architecture, representing three iconic buildings of this period in Poland and Germany.
Maria Giemza, is a Polish illustrator, drawing her view of the world from her current home – Berlin. Recently graduated from Bauhaus University of Architecture, with a bag of architectural knowledge and an acute awareness for creation of space, she is now delving into a new but familiar world of graphic design and illustration.
Maria is a lover of genuine, hand crafted goods, passionate about books, bookbinding and printing
About the print:
PKP Ochota Train station in Warsaw, Poland, limited series of 50 high quality giclée prints of illustration series – Modernism, drawn and designed by Maria Giemza.
Giclée print on high quality 210gsm super mat paper,
– A2, 42.0 x 59.4cm, 16.53 x 23.39 inches,
– every copy is signed and numbered by the author,
– to protect the print it will be wrapped in paper and shipped in strong cardboard tube.
FRAME NOT INCLUDED
*Remember, colors on your screen may differ slightly from colors of a print.
Delivery time: 3-5 days