Łukasz Zwolan was born on December 10, 1988 in Lublin. He comes from a small village of Wierzbie found in the Łabunie commune in the lubelskie province. He is a graduate of the Bernard Morando Secondary Art School in Zamość. In 2008 he received a diploma with honours from the visual advertising studio for a project created under the supervision of Michał Mazurkiewicz. In the same year, he began studies at the Faculty of Graphic Arts and Painting of the Władysław Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź. In love with posters and typography, devoted to sculpture, sometimes flirting with graphics. The people he looks up to include Lex Drewiński, Mieczysław Wasilewski, Władysław Pluta, Wojciech Fangor, Yves Klein. He designs posters. He’s won a number of international poster competitions. His works of art have been exhibited in Poland and abroad. “Designing a poster requires thinking, reading a poster requires thinking only” Ł. Zwolan
Every spring abounds with beautiful flowers. This one, unexpectedly, abounded with cruelty of war. In its symbolism, my “Flower” shows the transience of such phenomena as peace or a sense of security. At the same time, it offers hope for a better tomorrow. Every damaged flower is able to come back to life again and again… to fight, to go on living.