6 - 14 july 2019

Review of social campaigns promoting reading


9th July, 14:00 - 15:00


25 places
Compulsory registration!


PSTP Gdynia, building I
spot on the map no. 1

The lecturer will present selected social campaigns to promote reading using examples both from Poland and abroad.

Grzegorz Sikora, the author of many graphic campaigns aimed at promoting books and reading, he will share his ideas and show examples of his work, such as book cover designs without any titles in which it is the image rather than words that communicates with the reader. He will also present various  posters created for Polish bookshops.

The main goal of the lecture is to answer the question whether such campaigns make sense, whether they are needed and what they should look like.

The meeting is addressed to all those who are interested in graphic design focused on reading and books.




  • Graphic designer and the winner of the Onet.pl competition for the blog of the year 2011 in the category "Photo, video, comics”. He runs the blog PiktoGrafiki.com. He is also an author of many social campaigns including those that promote books and reading. He is widely known because of his project called "Don’t go astray, a book will show you the way!". He is also associated with the City of Lodz. As the head of the Graphic Support Department he is responsible for creating a positive image of the city.

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