Last year, Admind had the opportunity to create the visual identity for the Copernicus Festival. This time, as a part of the Copernicus Festival 2021 edition, we will contribute with the next online episode of #AdmindWebinars – “Can design be timeless?”.
The leitmotif of this year’s Festival is “Time” and its different perspectives. Therefore, as cooperation between Admind and the Copernicus Festival 2021, Patryk Hardziej will lead an online lecture titled “Can design be timeless?” as a part of our online series #AdmindWebinars.
During the #AdmindWebinars episode at Copernicus Festival, Patryk will consider whether design can be timeless and if can inspire future generations. He will discuss the most important and interesting projects from the times of the PRL. This will include already well-known works from his CPN album – “Sign, identification, history”. This is a great opportunity to learn for all those who love good design and Polish artists.
Patryk Hardziej is a Polish designer, illustrator, lecturer, and expert on Polish signs. He is the originator and curator of the Second Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols, an international exhibition of Polish design. Also, he is a co-curator of the exhibition Karol Śliwka, Polish Projects, Polish Designers. Patryk has a great knowledge of projects that influenced many Polish designers and their works.
This year’s Copernicus Festival edition, organized by the Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Jagiellonian University, and Tygodnik Powszechny, will be held entirely online. The main goal of the festival is primarily to popularize science. Also to explain its impact on social life, and show the various relationships between science and other areas of culture. E.g. including literature and art. Last year, Admind was responsible for the complete visual identity of Copernicus Festival 2020.