Cracow based Łobzowska Studio is run by a team of 10 talented creatives, all professionals in their respective fields ranging from photography to graphic design and programming. Understanding the modern markets need for versatility they not only focus on one thing but succeed in creative direction and design from fashion to branding and everything in between.
Their latest project: an art book titled (Un)funfair town/(Nie)wesołe miasteczko, which was created as a part of an international exhibition under the same name. The publication contains pictures and verses exposing the dark side of amusement parks in both the US and Poland, surprisingly revealing the homogeneity and similarity in the popular social ritual since the 1950’s.
The stylish book can be rotated during reading, giving you an impression of vertigo, similar to that you experience at many amusement park gadgets and rides. Due to this rotation the book has no beginning nor end: it may be looked at from both ends. The holographic foil and fluorescent varnish on the cover makes the graphics shine in the dark, another aspect of trickery reflecting on the theme.