Experiments with a soft pencil and watercolor in my sketchbook.
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Ziggy Stardust joins Nick and Tom© Magdalena Szymaniec

Ziggy Stardust joins Nick and Tom
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An editorial for Psychology Today article ”What Makes Women Anxious?” by Gina Barreca."It’s tough to be happy when you’re waiting, like Henny Penny, for the sky to fall."© Magdalena Szymaniec

An editorial for Psychology Today article ”What Makes Women Anxious?” by Gina Barreca.
"It’s tough to be happy when you’re waiting, like Henny Penny, for the sky to fall."
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Nick Cave and Tom Waits, experiment in traditional media and typography.
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Illustrations to Herman Hesse’s Fairytales “Flute Dream” and “A Dream Sequence” 
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My entry for the Folio Society competition. I designed a binding and illustrated three scenes from Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.
ink, digital
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Extremely excited to announce I am one of the 25 longlisted entries in the Book Illustration Competition 2014 organized by Folio Society and House of Illustration!

Kitty Sketches, ink, white gel pen.
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My contribution to the Meanwhile Comic.
See the work behind it on my website.
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An editorial for the Telegraph’s article: "Short man syndrome really does exist, Oxford University finds"Inspired by Jacques-Louis David’s painting and Napoleon’s famous grand-scale compensation complex.© Magdalena Szymaniec

An editorial for the Telegraph’s article: "Short man syndrome really does exist, Oxford University finds"
Inspired by Jacques-Louis David’s painting and Napoleon’s famous grand-scale compensation complex.
© Magdalena Szymaniec

A repeating pattern in Adobe Illustrator, inspired by Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”.
© Magdalena Szymaniec

My entry for the Hannibal Poster Competition.ink, watercolor, hand-drawn type© Magdalena Szymaniec

My entry for the Hannibal Poster Competition.
ink, watercolor, hand-drawn type
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Enhanced Memories, Polaroid photographs and ink-drawing.

The animals of childhood are evolving into symbols. They’re portals back into childhood, when the excitement of being able to draw is manifested.
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Dollar Bride, an editorial illustration for an article in Time IDEAS "It Makes Economic Sense for a Woman to Have More Than One Husband" by Judith Warner.© Magdalena Szymaniec

Dollar Bride, an editorial illustration for an article in Time IDEAS "It Makes Economic Sense for a Woman to Have More Than One Husband" by Judith Warner.
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Narcissus’s Mirror, editorial drawing for an article in Pacific Standard "Narcissists’ New Need: More Twitter Followers".© Magdalena Szymaniec

Narcissus’s Mirror, editorial drawing for an article in Pacific Standard "Narcissists’ New Need: More Twitter Followers".
© Magdalena Szymaniec

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Sketchbook, blue horses, inspired by Janusz Kossak,ink and watercolor© Magdalena Szymaniec

Happy Year of the Horse, everyone! And Happy Birthday to me!

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Sketchbook, blue horses, inspired by Janusz Kossak,
ink and watercolor
© Magdalena Szymaniec

Happy Year of the Horse, everyone! And Happy Birthday to me!

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