Dear Kama Arts fans, Thank you for coming today to visit me at the art fair at Arkady Kubickiego in Warsaw. :D It was a pleasure to talk with you, and I'm glad that so many people were actually purchasing my postcards and miniatures :D Overall, this was a good day! Many thanks to Olga Szewczuk for inviting me over to the art fair. Many thanks to my Mum,Grandma and Mars for joining me at the art fair. Many thanks to my fiancee Kacper, who brought me to the fair and then brought me back. Take care and have a great evening!
Dear Friends, I wanted to share with you some photos taken at the charity gala ball, in which I participated as a donor of my graphic, Inferno Ball Masquerade. Those photos have been taken on Friday, 19th of January, at the Belotto Hotel in Warsaw. The charity gala, organized by the magazine Businesswoman & Life, consisted of a violin & saxophone concert, male fashion show, and a charity auction during which my graphic, Inferno Ball Masquerade, was a pretty addition to the calendar photo done with celebrities and influential entrepreneurs. During the auction they managed to collect as much as 50200 PLN, which is quite successful, though not as spectacular as what GOCC (also known as WOŚP) co
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My graphic, "Inferno Ball Masquerade", will be donated to a very noble cause - a charity auction supporting Professor Zbigniew Religa’s Cardiac Surgery Development Foundation, organized by the magazine Businesswoman & Life. I am proud to participate in this auction and I hope that my graphic will substantially help this foundation. For those who do not know, Zbigniew Religa was a prominent cardiac surgeon, who successfully performed the first ever heart transplant in Poland, 1987. His patient, Tadeusz Żytkiewicz, managed to live for the next 30 years, outliving Religa himself.
The charity ball and auction will take place on the 19th of January at 7:00 p.m. at the Prym
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Here's something I haven't been posting for quite a while.
I started a new graphic, and I've been doing research on the Slavic creatures called Nauki. Here are several sketches I drew, I decided to make them look like a cross between a human and deer. These fantastic creatures lived in the forest, among the deer and other woodland animals. They danced in the moonlight, and those who tried to look for them never returned to their homes. They simply vanished. Let me know in the comments below which one is your favorite!