Marcin Pielużek

Marcin Pielużek

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a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

a physical representation of news articles from the New York Times dating from 1992 until 2010 by Paul May. Each laser-cut piece of cardboard card represents one month of articles about, or related to, the topic of 'Ireland'.

Blue triangle on black ground.

Blue triangle on black ground.

Red circle on black ground.

Red circle on black ground.

At upper left: EN / Masayuki Kuokawa / The traditional Japanese technique of applying / color to copper has been called upon in the creation / of this copper-celloy tableware series / Manufacturer: Takenaka Works Co., Ltd.

At upper left: EN / Masayuki Kuokawa / The traditional Japanese technique of applying / color to copper has been called upon in the creation / of this copper-celloy tableware series / Manufacturer: Takenaka Works Co.

Drawing of woman's face and coat hanger with blood for PFOC.

Poster, Our Bodies, Our Lives, Our Right to Decide, ca.

On white ground, the background printed with all-over gray text listing the names of corporations and companies with South African connections and investments. At center, red map of the continent of Africa. At the southern point, figure of an African man, his hands overlapping the border of the continent as though pulling himself out of it. Printed text above and at lower left. Green framing line.

On white ground, the background printed with all-over gray text listing the names of corporations and companies with South African connections and investments. At center, red map of the continent of Africa. At the southern point, figure of an African man, his hands overlapping the border of the continent as though pulling himself out of it. Printed text above and at lower left. Green framing line.

Square format poster with black print on white ground designed for the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. At center, stylized black typography spells: MEXICO68. From this central text, radiating black lines follow the curves and lines of the central letters, forming an op-art style bold graphic pattern that completely fills the composition. The lower circles of the numbers 6 and 8 form the two lower circles of the interlocking Olympic rings, shown in blue, black, red, yellow, and green.

The Smithsonian Design Museum Digitizes Objects, Giving You Access to Years of Design Innovation & History

Black and white photograph of two black women, sitting on a bench in park. In black text: I want to kiss my/ girlfriend, in public,/ without fear.

womenofgraphicdesign: “ Can you identify the designer of this circa 1980 poster? This work was donated to MoMA by Steven Heller and Karrie Jacobs. It bears a resemblance to other posters.

On gray ground a black ball of raveled string. In white text, upper left: Unravel; upper right: IBM [logo] Suggest!

On gray ground a black ball of raveled string. In white text, upper left: Unravel; upper right: IBM [logo] Suggest!

Poster, The Opposite of Love Is Not Hate, It Is Indifference

Poster, The Opposite of Love Is Not Hate, It Is Indifference