Poster Bielsko-Białais a unique poster from our cult series of posters with Polish cities by Robert Kostrzewa. In the foreground, in the center of the graphics, the artist placed a well-known car, i.e. the Fiat 126p, commonly known as Maluch. It was in the Fiat factory in Bielsko-Biała that the production of this car was carried out until 2000. Above the automotive icon, there is a cable car to Szyndzielnia and an observation tower at the top of the mountain.
Poster Bielsko-Białais also the Cathedral of St. Mikołaja, the Sułkowski Castle, or the historic Railway Station. The artist did not forget about the Art Nouveau tenement house near Żabami. In the background,poster Bielsko-Białayou can also see a fountain from Chrobry Square and gliders from the local flying club hovering over the city.
The whole thing is well balanced and despite such a large jump between the icons,Bielsko-Biała postermakes a really great impression. Warm colors will surely give peace to even the most colorful interiors.