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Surrealistic press illustrations often complement the story told by the author of an article or unveil new visual semantic perspective. Many of them have become the covers of the well-known magazines.
The begging of the 90’s opened up new opportunities. The developing computer technology allowed for the creative process to be gradually moved to virtual reality. Unlike many graphics of the young generation, Igor rapidly developed his skills in this area.
At the beginning of the 90’s, Igor Morski began his collaboration with the weekly “Wprost”, the leading magazine of the changing economic reality in Poland at that time. His graphics published in “Wprost” aroused interest and admiration as absolutely cutting-edge. Buyers started lining up outside his studio. His works were presented, among others, in Newsweek, Polityka, Gazeta Wyborcza, Duży Format, Playboy, Focus, Manager Magazine, Charaktery. Regularly, they were published in the number of the international magazines such as the American ‘Delloitte Review’, the Australian ‘Prevention’, Sydney Morning Herald, Money, ITB, Men’s Health, Woman’s Health, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Businessweek, Businessman Magazine. Igor Morski still cooperates with many of the titles mentioned above, although, due to increasingly difficult situation on the printed press market, the collaboration is being carried out on a smaller scale.
about the press illustrations:
“The illustrations I create usually refer to the current social, political, climate situation or the events important to the world in general. Thanks to the elements of surrealism, they complement the story told by the author of an article or help to discover new, visual semantic perspective:
“My ambition is to create illustrations that do not act merely as the text decorations, but become its intellectual complementation – graphic commentary which can be accepted or rejected by the reader.”