Exploration for the imagination via Pawel Mildner’s illustrations

Date
3 September 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

Looking at Pawel Mildner’s illustrations is like going on a little adventure. A really fun one. Your imagination is invited into lunar landscapes where grumpy flowers scowl at astronauts and wild woods where bearded Norsemen hunt for pesky rabbits which hop away gleefully. There’s a sense of wonder in the drawings; in one a giant dove gawps at a big yellow sphere which could be an oversize bowling ball or the moon or a previously undiscovered planet and in another a whale springs out of the sea. Some of Pawel’s work is editorial, but he’s also illustrated and written a children’s book, Ciekawe, co myśli o tym królowa, or “Wonder what the queen thinks about it” in case your Polish is a bit rusty.

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Pawel Mildner: New

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Pawel Mildner: Zwykłe Życie Magazine

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Pawel Mildner: Ciekawe, co myśli o tym królowa (Wonder what the queen thinks about it)
Dwie Siostry 2012

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Pawel Mildner: Ciekawe, co myśli o tym królowa (Wonder what the queen thinks about it)
Dwie Siostry 2012

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Pawel Mildner: Ciekawe, co myśli o tym królowa, Dwie Siostry 2012

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Pawel Mildner: Untitled

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Pawel Mildner: Ciekawe, co myśli o tym królowa (Wonder what the queen thinks about it)
Dwie Siostry 2012

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Pawel Mildner: Untitled

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