- Poster printed on the 1985 Journal of the Laws of the People's Republic of Poland.
- Each page is different.
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Martyr in roses and purples, a futuristic fantasy that divided Wrocław equally in half - psychophiles please go to the left, staunch opponents - to the right! Whether you love her or hate her, you certainly have an opinion!
The building of the Solpol department store is a classic of postmodernism. It was established three years after the fall of the Polish People's Republic. The author of this bright vision of the future is Wojciech Jarząbek. Unfortunately, the belief in capitalism turned out to be unjustified - Solpol (abandoned and unprofitable) is destined for demolition
Dreslau or Treslau – Breslau in a tracksuit
Do you happen to feel the delicate, elusive aura of a place during a walk? We wander around our city all the time and constantly discover something… old. Twingist was born in Wrocław: we have selected for you iconic objects that represent the eclectic nature of the city, where history is mixed with fantasy about the future. They are a bone of contention, the axis of dispute, a dusty memory, a symbol of the unknown, something to turn a blind eye to, or which turns gray in the city landscape and becomes invisible. We see and feel them! Breslau is the German name of our city, that takes you back in time.Time to write a new urban mythology - meet the archi-spirits of Breslau!The Dreslau series is printed on the pages of the Journal of Laws of the Polish People's Republic from 1985. The reconstruction of Wrocław after the war and giving it a Polish character was quite a propaganda and logistical challenge.Immerse yourself in the Polish People's Republic to understand the shape of contemporary Wrocław: get to know the social fishermen, the terms of subscription of the journal of laws, construction and militia regulations, the subject of expropriated real estate, the coal industry, narcotic and psychotropic substances, first Polish air-travel company, conditions for transporting corpses by rail and living animals the same way... all with handwritten notes in the margins and originally punched for binders. Format: 22 x 29.7 cm.
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