Super Salon (Chmielna 10)
until 31.08 // in-store & online
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Long time no see! Sorry for our absence, but the holiday season is taking its toll… Anyway, we’re back with a new review- this time, we’ve visited the Soul Kitchen Bistro, which is a sequel of Soul Kitchen. The first impression once you get in is that it’s rather dark and cellar-like, but the super-friendly staff will help you with whatever issues you may have. They basically greet you like an old friend, but aside from that, they also know the menu. The Chef is also usually there, so you can give him your feedback immediately. The three of us wanted to talk in a quiet spot with good food and we’ve accomplished this mission. The starter I chose was a gravlax- style white fish (oops, I forgot what that was…), and it was very nicely served with some home-baked rye bread and crunchy veggies. Very salty, not overpoweringly so, though. For the main course I tried the famous cabbage rolls with chickpea and peas, which is a veggie take on the Polish classic- gołąbki.
Following the release of VeryGraphic: Polish Designers of the 20th Century – a compilation of information on contemporary graphic design by Culture.pl, we thought we would present to you a selection of Polish Graphic Designers we admire.
Wiktor Górka (1922-2004) was one of the founders of the Polish Poster School. He ended up in Mexico, where he taught drawing and poster design at prestigious Mexican art schools until the mid-90s. At the 6th International Poster Bienniale in Mexico in 2000, he received the top award for his contribution to the development of graphic arts in Mexico – Medalla a la Excelencia José Guadalupe.