I started my illustration career last year and through this time with every project I tried to do something more, learn something new and explore my own abilities. After my graphic design studies my style was very simple, geometrical and graphic. My illustration journey started with my diploma project - Zielnik Czarodziejski / Magical Herbarium - which you can see in my portfolio.

With some illustrations I was working on I felt that I want to show more: light, value, perspective, realism, and with small steps I was adding some of those features to my new works. Apparently I started going back to my drawing and painting skills which I learned during art school and studies on the academy of fine arts.

Here you can see some of this process. I am still exploring and I don't know if I'll ever stop doitg that. In a way I feel like I'm building my own library of tools, which I can choose from, depending on the occasion.
I guess that's a different take on the illustration style and how you should have a distinct one as a professional illustrator. Maybe sometimes that comes with time, I'm curious to see my style in a few years.
For now, Here are some of my illustrations from the last year :)


Illustration for PomPom Magazine.
To an article about natural and synthetic fibers.


Personal works.


 First one - personal work.
Second one - a postcard design comissioned by Sela Herbals.


Personal work.


36 days of type challange.


Personal work.


Illustrations for Slowdown Studio contest.


Spot illustrations for Carpe Diem Magazine.


Personal work.


Spot illustrations for Carpe Diem Magazine.


Illustration for Mały Format, the September issue.
To an interview with Simon Armitage.



Spread illustration for Carpe Diem Magazine.


Spot illustrations for Carpe Diem Magazine.


Personal work.


Personal work.


Illustration for the Taproot Magazine to the 37th issue called "SPARK".
It illustrates an article about how the fire changed humankind, gave us safety, helped to grow our brains, and sparked out imagination.


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