About the artist: Roman Cieslewicz (1930-1996) was a prominent Polish graphic artist who moved to France in 1963, where he notably worked as an art director for Vogue and Elle and taught at the École Superieure d’Arts Graphiques. Over the course of his career, he created over 700 pieces of artwork, took part in many group exhibitions and was a member of the AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationale).
Cieslewicz’s work often touched matters of social justice and human rights, making him an excellent artist to take part in this project.
Poster is in very good condition and is ready to frame.
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