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JANUSZ•JUREK


JANUSZ•JUREK

JANUSZ•JUREK

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

POLAND

POLAND

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Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek is redefining the way art is created by exploring various forms of generative illustration and its connection to the human form. In generative art, an autonomous system is involved in the production of an art piece. The results are magical: random lines resembling lightning bolts or blood vessels converge to materialize human bodies out of the vacuum.

Janusz graduated from the University of A. Mickiewicz, Art and Educational Institute in 2000. His groundbreaking work has been internationally recognized with numerous awards. His art is widely known to the photographic community, since one of his images has been chosen to promote the latest version of Adobe inDesign.

In his words, “I came back to drawing, but I had that crazy idea on my mind to find the way of connecting drawing and sculpting. When you draw, the only thing you need is a sheet of paper and a good pencil. But what if paper was not enough? What if the pencil left traces in the air? And that is how it started.”

Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek is redefining the way art is created by exploring various forms of generative illustration and its connection to the human form. In generative art, an autonomous system is involved in the production of an art piece. The results are magical: random lines resembling lightning bolts or blood vessels converge to materialize human bodies out of the vacuum.

Janusz graduated from the University of A. Mickiewicz, Art and Educational Institute in 2000. His groundbreaking work has been internationally recognized with numerous awards. His art is widely known to the photographic community, since one of his images has been chosen to promote the latest version of Adobe inDesign.

In his words, “I came back to drawing, but I had that crazy idea on my mind to find the way of connecting drawing and sculpting. When you draw, the only thing you need is a sheet of paper and a good pencil. But what if paper was not enough? What if the pencil left traces in the air? And that is how it started.”




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