Sunday, December 23, 2012

The World Goes ON.

Against the Mayan prophecy the world keeps going. This is propably my last illustration of 2012 - a dynamic year full of progress and new experience. I wish you all a peaceful Christmas and hopefully the 2013 will bring us all new interesting ventures!

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Movember portrait via Gallery of Mo

Two weeks ago I had a great oppurtunity to attend a live drawing event via Gallery of Mo on the official Movember and Sons launch party in the heart of London. It was a lot of fun drawing quick portaits of participants of the party.

Here's an illustration commisioned by Chris, who donated to Gallery of Mo and ordered a portait done by me. I hope you enjoy it as much as he did!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Dash Magazine feature - issue 2 / September'12

I was commissioned in a new, growing fashion platform which is Dash Magazine. The second issue was launched in September. London based magazine is a beautiful, fresh offer filled with illustrations, involving prestigous artists like David Downton or Spiros Halaris. I am very happy to be featured among them.

The illustration conveys the aspects of catwalk, the arrangments of who is seated in front rows. It is based on the iterview with Dovie Mamikunian.

Get your copy! 

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Guise Magazine

Oooh la la! I haven't been here for a long while! However the explanation is quite simple... I was enjoying my holidays and then another new internship at Lamis Khamis where I was designing a new t-shirt menswear collection.

In the meantime I also became an illustrator at Guise Magazine - an upcoming fresh title about costume design. Here are the works that will appear in the first issue. A portrait of Joey Attawia - costume film designer and a few illustrations reflecting famous designs in movies: Grease, Red Shoes and Clueless (coming soon!).

Monday, May 21, 2012


Initially this was supposed to be something completely different, but when the sudden moment of unexpected experiment came I decided to leave it this way.
Little retro feeling...


Too much of bubble gum may go to your head.
An illustration which was created as a break from oh-so-getting-on-nerves After Effects.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Brick Lane Gallery exhibition

I will be exhibiting at Art in Mind exhibition in Brick Lane Gallery. The exhibition will be held to 4th June. My artworks will be printed on high quality canvas and will be available to purchase. Drop by if you're around London!  

The Brick Lane Gallery- The Annexe
93-95 Sclater Street | London | E1 6HR | UK
open 1-6pm

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Dirty drawings - Sexploitation. (Rated 18+)

-CONTAINS NUDITY- A first series of sketches / fast drawings for my Sexploitation theme for current uni project (doing dirty research and images for university... how cool is that? - And it was officially assigned by tutors! ;)

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Are you good enough to go to Heaven?

This is the cover for the short story I was commissioned for.  It is about a girl who makes her way to Heaven from Hell. I wanted it to be simple, give it an allegoric meaning.

Friday, May 4, 2012

"There are no children - there are people."

This is my illustration for upcoming group exhibition organised by artists from my ex uni - European Academy of Arts. It will be held at the beginning of June in Warsaw, in memory of a noble Polish writer and poet Janusz Korczak. He was a great supporter of children during the II World War; the exhibition itself is also in theme of Chilldren's Day.

I did my illustration inspired by Korczak's quote "There are no children; there are people." I played around how to tell a little story of childhood and maturity, how those stages blend in our whole life.

I am also  going to perform/sing on the opening of the exhibition; I am looking forward to this venue!

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Mungo Gurney

In January and February I worked as an illustrator intern at London based designer Mungo Gurney ( He is a fantastic designer; it was an amazing experience to work with such a professional. He really did teach me how to approach work and how to make out of it best results.
In his new collection he was inspired by Japanese old artwork motives. I spent hours on drawing Japanese-style birds and florals. Later they were used as prints on his designs. You can see here the final results:

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Warsaw Fashion Weekend - II place in competition

I am proud to announce I have been honoured with II place in Fashion Illustration competition for Warsaw Fashion Weekend. In jury was Anna Halarewicz, one of the most prestigous illustrators in Poland.

Here are the illustration and photos from the event. I call it a great Friday the 13th :)

Saturday, March 31, 2012


Recently I have been practicing quick drawings with traditional media and inks. Here are some of them.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Choking on sunshine

Grasp the fresh air of spring, but don't get choked!
Two versions of the same illustration... Which one do you like better?

Saturday, March 3, 2012

She's a rebel - LCF term project

My theme for this term's project at LCF was Hedi Slimane and rock and roll. It was a project where the photoshot had to be taken and then transformed into an editorial with illustrations.
I picked I-D magazine and decided to avoid cliche rock themes (tattoos etc) and head for some story with a meaning. The title was taken from one of my key words Guns and roses lyrics (She's a rebel). It's all about rebelion and individuality, living wild but yet being alone and lonliness that surrounds any rebelious life.