Thursday, 22 May 2014

Logo design by Anna Strzałkowska


Logo moje własne
Anna's own logo



Logo dla  firmy odzieżowej Urban Graffiti
for a clothing company

Polskiej Szkoły w Glasgow

Studia Projektowania Wnętrz BB
for an Interior Design Studio

Portalu dla dzieci Apli Papli

Sklepu internetowego


Festiwalu Twórczości Dziecięcej

Logo dla szkoły językowej Marzanny
for Marzanna's language school

Projektu Dziewczyny Rzeczniepospolite

Jedna z  pierwszych wersji logo dla Cosmopolis


Propozycje dla fotografki Eli Staszczyk




Polskiej Szkoły Sobotniej w Glasgow

Portalu chrześcijańskiego 




Logo dla włoskiej firmy produkującej przyprawy
for an Italian spices company

Firmy graficznej
logo for a graphic design company

Finałowe logo naszego Cosmopolis - efekt współpracy twórczej z Marzanną.
co-designed with Marzanna

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

John Cavanagh's Soundwave featuring Czesław Śpiewa

In his latest Soundwave, John Cavanagh plays some Polish music and recalls his recent visit to Poland.

W swojej najnowszej audycji radiowej John Cavanagh puszcza Czesława i wspomina swoją niedawną wizytę na Lubelszczyźnie. Powtarza też swoje ulubione, nieodzowne przy polskim stole, zdanie...

You can listen to it by clicking HERE - TUTAJ można posłuchać.
 


Sunday, 4 May 2014

Multilingual Poetry Incarnation recorded

Here is a recording of our latest Multilingual Poetry Incarnation which took place on Thursday, the 1st of May at Sharmanka.



Sharmanka’s Multilinagual Poetry Incarnation was brought to you by:
Marzanna Antoniak
John Cavanagh
Anna Strzałkowska
 
In order of appearance, those who read poems were:
Anna Strzałkowska
Jim McGregor
Danuta Meyer
Maria Bartosova
John Mallon
Paweł Głowienka
Stepan Zatkulak
Susana García
Marzanna Antoniak
John Cavanagh
 
Music
Wilf James
Miro Cuba
Stepan Zatkulak
Paweł Głowienka
 
Photographs by Robin Mitchell
 
Thanks to all who contributed, and came along, to our Multilingual Poetry Incarnation.
 
 

Saturday, 3 May 2014

Okna Lubelskie - Windows of Lublin

Lublin

While walking through the streets of the Old Town, now and then we'd come across these mysterious photographs in the windows of old tenements. Bringing life to the tired walls... Encouraging passers by to stop for a while, and to wonder about the stories of Lublin and its past residents...




It took me and John quite a while to get to the top of Trinitarian Tower (1819), as we got enchanted by the chaotic layout of artworks and old instruments in hidden nooks and crannies. When we finally reached the balcony on the top, the view of the Old Town and beyond was spectacular!

A little window half way the tower.

And a huge window in one of the many galleries...
Trinitarian Tower is my favourite place in Lublin!

And here are a few windows of some familiar cottages in Lublin Voivodenship.

Syry

I loved waking up to this view...




Everybody seemed to be growing tomatos...
There's nothing like the taste and the smell of home grown tomatos!
 

Samoklęski



This picture was taken in 2009. No downpours this time...
Michów
 
An intriguing mixture of holly water, onions, shells, rocks and nails... :)
 Kozłówka 
It was supposed to be a blog about charming windows...
but I couldn't resist sharing this quite an average window behind a really charming peacock!

Marzanna