Watch a game of tug of war undertaken from a dragon boat

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Video on Thursday 2 April 2015

Everyone loves a good game of tug of war. But sometimes you have to liven up old games to feel that spirit of competition again. That’s exactly what’s taking place at this Polish club.

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New photography by Lukasz Wierzbowski

The Heavy Collective Reader Find

By The Heavy Collective in New Photography on Sunday 23 December 2012

Lukasz Wierzbowski is a Polish photographer we featured at the beginning of The Heavy collective and have since had the pleasure of working with him on some of our other projects. Wierzbowski’s command of patterns and textures is second to none, he has an awesome ability to turn commonplace into magic. Go flick through his website for endless pages of good looking Polish people.

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Lamps made from carved dried gourd by Calibarte

Samantha Dalrymple Reader Find

By Samantha Dalrymple in New Art on Friday 20 April 2012

Przemek, commonly known as Calabarte, is a Polish artist who creates these awesome, trippy lamps created from carved dried gourd. Each of these extraordinary lamps are one of a kind as the fruit’s shape is determined by nature and the framing created through his high quality craftsmanship creates unusual effects that one would wish they had in their room.

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Nthlee’s fine world of fashion illustration

Contributions Reader Find

By Nthlee in New Illustration on Wednesday 26 October 2011

Natalia Nazimek (NTHLEE) is Polish illustrator, living and studying in the UK. She started out learning with graphic software at home through trial and error and now she work on various art projects for international brands, magazines and advertising agencies.

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Zdzislaw Beksinski

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 27 February 2008

H.R. Geiger has nothing on Polish painter Zdzislaw Bekinski. The late artist’s obsessively rendered and nightmarish visions draw as much from Bosch and the Renaissance as they do from the surrealists while still capturing modern notions of death and terror.

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