Warsaw-based graphic design studio, Homework, has - for the past seven years - been working to resurrect the neglected art of Polish poster design.
Formed in 2003 by Joanna Gorska and Jerzy Skakun, Homework has been credited - by design writer Ellen Lupton - with 'bringing the medium of Polish posters back to life', and this month’s exhibition at London's Kemistry Gallery will pay tribute
to the fact.
Featuring fifty prints - including cinema and theatre posters - the exhibition showcases Homework's blocky, bright-hued style - which, whilst nodding at past greats such as Mieczyslaw Wasilewski and Wiktor Gorka, has established its own
visual dialect.
Littered with exhibition invites from galleries in Paris, Berlin and beyond - alongside several prizes from international biennales - Kemistry's six week exhibition will be Homework's first UK outing.