Roman Cieslewicz : Mona Tse-Tung. 1977 © Courtesy Chantal Petit-Cieslewicz ( On show during the exhibition “Photo-graphiK" at Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, 24 september – 26 october 2008 ) /via photographie.com

Roman Cieslewicz : Mona Tse-Tung. 1977 © Courtesy Chantal Petit-Cieslewicz

( On show during the exhibition “Photo-graphiK" at Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, 24 september – 26 october 2008 )

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Roman Cieslewicz and Chantal Petit at the National Museum in Poznan. Photo: Tomasz Sikora
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Roman Cieslewicz and Chantal Petit at the National Museum in Poznan.
Photo: Tomasz Sikora

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Roman Cieslewicz, Mrs. Lacleur - /The Mysteries of Udolpho/ 1975
( On show during the retrospective at Royal College of Art, London, 16 July - 17 August 2010. The exhibition was organized by the Polish Cultural Institute and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. )/via rca.ac.uk

Roman Cieslewicz, Mrs. Lacleur - /The Mysteries of Udolpho/ 1975

( On show during the retrospective at Royal College of Art, London, 16 July - 17 August 2010. The exhibition was organized by the Polish Cultural Institute and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute. )

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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Spotkanie z jednorogiem w Górach Skalistych (Meeting with Unicorn in Rocky Mountains). 1920
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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Spotkanie z jednorogiem w Górach Skalistych (Meeting with Unicorn in Rocky Mountains). 1920

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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Udzielny Byk na urlopie - Portret Leona Chwistka. 1913
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Ignacy Witkiewicz : Udzielny Byk na urlopie - Portret Leona Chwistka. 1913

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Bruno Schulz : “Mademoiselle Circe i jej trupa”, cliché verre, 1920-1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry
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Bruno Schulz : “Mademoiselle Circe i jej trupa”, cliché verre, 1920-1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry

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Bruno Schulz “Procession”, cliché verre, 1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry
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Bruno SchulzProcession”, cliché verre, 1922. From Xiega Balwochwalcza / Le Livre idolâtre / Das Götzenbuch / The Booke of Idolatry

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Polish poster for Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” by Wieslaw Watkuski, 1984/via vinnierattolle

Polish poster for Polanski’s “Rosemary’s Baby” by Wieslaw Watkuski, 1984

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Poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” by Roman Cieslewicz, 1963.
Polish born illustrator Roman Cieslewicz lived in Paris since 1963 and worked as art director for Elle magazine. Together with Arrabal, Jodorowsky and Topor he formed “Mouvement panique" (Panic movement) in 1962.
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Poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” by Roman Cieslewicz, 1963.

Polish born illustrator Roman Cieslewicz lived in Paris since 1963 and worked as art director for Elle magazine. Together with Arrabal, Jodorowsky and Topor he formed “Mouvement panique" (Panic movement) in 1962.

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Polish movie poster: Kamo Niebezpieczna Misja [Kamo / Personally Known, an Armenian film], 1960’s, Designer: Andrzej Krajewski 
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Polish movie poster: Kamo Niebezpieczna Misja [Kamo / Personally Known, an Armenian film], 1960’s, Designer: Andrzej Krajewski

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