235 Cartoons Art By Polish Artist Pawel Kuczynsk


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Paweł Kuczyński
Pawel Kuczynski: Satirical Visions of War and Peace. It’s an interpretation of the way in which traditional education is perceived by a student, or an illustration of what our environmental crisis may mean to our future, Polish born artist, Pawel Kuczynski captures the real in a satirical mode.

His work forces us, in a most curious way, to stop and consider consequences of our actions and the credence we give to political decisions. Voices’ is pleased to present Pawel’s work on war and peace as part of our on-line exhibits.

Kuczynski was born in Szczecin, Poland in 1976 and graduated from the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan where he specialized in graphic art. He is currently experimenting with satire.

Pawel’s art can be viewed and purchased at PONDLY, a creative on-line blog and gallery featuring outstanding artists and graphic illustrators. This on-line exhibit has been made possible with the help and permission of James Pond, director of PONDLY.

Source: https://www.charterforcompassion.org/pawel-kuczynski

I was born in 1976. In Szczecin.
I graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in the direction of graphics.
Since 2004. I deal with satirical drawing,
and has so far won more than 102 awards.

In 2005. Received the award “Eric” from the Association of Polish Caricature Artists, was confirmed by the discovery of a record number of awards in international competitions.

I was born in 1976 in Szczecin.
I have graduated the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan with specialization in graphics.
Since 2004 I deal with satirical illustration,
and so far I have been rewarded with more than 100 prizes and Distinctions.

In 2005 I received “Erik” * prize from the Association of Polish Cartoonists, for the newly discovered cartoonist, with a record number of awards in international competitions.
Source: http://pawelkuczynski.com/

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