The Krakowposter is of course one of the most popular posters from our series Cities of Poland by Robert Kostrzewa, a graphic designer from Wrocław.
The main element of theposter Krakowis the famous St. Mary's Church located on the market square in Krakow. It's from his tower every day at At 12, in the Main Market Square in Krakow, you can hear the bugle call.
On the left side of the historic church, the Krakow poster shows the legendary sculpture of the Wawel Dragon, breathing fire. It is adjacent to the Vistula boulevards and the Wawel Castle.
In the foreground ofKrakow posterthe Cloth Hall and the figure of the folk Lajkonik were also painted.
All elements of theposter Krakowperfectly co-create the whole, reflecting the unique character of this former capital of Poland.
It is sure to co-create an impressive duo or triptych with other posters from our series.