I see your true colors…

:: in July 17, 2019 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

There is a Facebook page in Polish called The Brief – co znosi psychika grafika; they publish various funny or frustrating dialogues between graphic designers and clients. Some time ago they posted following image: The dialogue translates: [Designer]: what colours do you prefer for your project? [Client]: It doesn’t matter,…

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“…with the moon under her feet”

:: in December 15, 2018 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

In my last post I have published a drawing depicting Bishop Zbigniew Oleśnicki venerating Madonna with Child (post is available HERE) and perhaps some of you noticed a small detail: apparently Virgin has a crescent Moon under her feet! That motif was very popular in late-medieval art and also later,…

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Hairy Mary – one more time.

:: in November 10, 2018 :: in Blog :: 0 comments

A long time ago (over four years ago!) I wrote a post on the depictions of hirsute Mary Magdalene (available HERE). In the late middle ages artists often depicted Magdalene in the wildness, being lifted up by the angels, while her whole body is covered with hair. Back then I…

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