My name is Krzysztof Bednarski and I’m a multidisciplinary creative director and collaborator based in Warsaw, Poland. I develop visual and conceptual solutions for corporate and cultural projects. Searching for sleep & sanity at the same time. I collaborate with agencies, established brands as well as emerging startups. Online & offline.
🡥 My main focus is on building thoughtful & contemporary visual experiences that drive consumer awareness and connect to the core values of the brand. Simplicity. Authenticity. Strategy.
With 15+ years experience in the field, my expertise spans the intersection of multiple sectors and disciplines, including branding, advertising, broadcast, digital communication, animation and photography.
On smaller scale I work independently transforming concepts into a variety of visual languages. On large scale projects I’m a creative who mentors teams and leads by example with a hands-on approach.
concept development ∙ branding ∙ visual identity ∙ art direction ∙ 2d motion ∙ broadcast channel packaging ∙
I have been fortunate to create work for some pretty cool brands.
Another thing I do
As a photographer, I create fine art projects centred around a minimal aesthetic. Following my fascination with urban settings, the work revolves around a nostalgic feeling with an architectural view. I construct my compositions carefully, investigating peoples relationship with their surroundings.
Awards and recognition
2021 LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2020 APA (Annual Photography Awards) 2020 IPA (International Photo Awards) 2020 dotArt Urban Photo Awards 2019 San Francisco StreetFoto International Awards 2019 IPA (International Photo Awards) 2018 Leica Street Photo – Jury 2016 Leica Street Photo 2014 Leica Street Photo
2020 Museo del Territorio, Cormòns, Italy 2020 Civico Museo Sartorio, Trieste, Italy 2020 House of Lucie, Budapest 2019 Harvey Milk Center for the Arts, San Francisco 2016 6×7 Leica Gallery, Warsaw 2015 Lumière cinema, Bratislava 2014 6×7 Leica Gallery, Warsaw 2014 Wilanów Poster Museum, Warsaw