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Zebrowski's artworks are easily recognizable thanks to his individual style. Often monochrome, though not always black and white but also a combination of other colors with a large dominant motive that fills the entire surface of the design, they immediately attract the attention and stimulate the imagination of the spectator.
Leszek Żebrowski (b. 1950) - graduate of Szczecin Art College (Liceum Sztuk Plastycznych) and Gdansk Academy of Arts (Wyższa Szkoła Sztuk Plastycznych) Faculty of Graphic Design under the guidance of prof. Krechowicz. He is a very versatile artist. A painter as well as poster designer, theater set designer, book illustrator and cartoonist. His works include posters for theaters, festivals and galleries of Szczecin and Cracow (Poland), Berlin and Lübeck (Germany), illustrations for Glob Edition House, Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza (major Polish poster publisher 1960s - 80s) and Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych (National Art Exhibitions Bureau). Zebrowski is also an active art promotor who arranged numerous exhibitions and performances e.g. musical-artistic action ''Przyspieszenie'' (Acceleration). His works have been shown on more than 70 individual and collective exhibitions in Poland and abroad.
Listy z domu; plakaty i rysunki
Polnische Plakate aus Stalinzeit
Upiór w operze
Człowiek z La Manchy