Artist: Tomasz Ruminiski (signed in print)
Print: Offset lithography
Dimensions: 26.4 x 38.6 in (67 x 98 cm)
Condition: Very good condition - the poster was folded once but is kept flat and only has very light signs of handling - please see pictures.
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If you are into design, geometrices and architectural theories, then this poster could be something for you.
The poster was made to promote an architectural exhibition with works by Frei Otto Constructions in Warsaw, Poland.
Frei Paul Otto (1925-2015) was a German architect and architectural theorist. He is known for his constructions in light materials, cable networks, textile barrels and other special designs for buildings. His most famous constructions are the German pavilion during the World Expo in Montreal 1967 (Expo 67) and the infamous Olympic Park in Munich. There is little doubt that Otto is one of the largest representatives of the organic architecture.
Overall a very special poster with arts by the Polish designer Tomasz Ruminiski.
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