Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Sunday, October 23, 2016


Mayamural - mural for the end of the world 2012.

MAYAMURAL, designed by Aleksandra Toborowicz is a wall painting inspired by the Mayan inscription from Tortuguero (Mexico, 7th Century). Tetris and Mayan hieroglyphs in one. The one that is treated as the end of the world on December 21 2012 prophecy. The mural depicts Mayan glyphs in the form of game Tetris, enriching our interpretation of the famous inscription with new meanings.
(quotation from

Sunday, October 16, 2016


Mural on the wall of (currently non-existing) "Papuamu" eco-restaurant, made in 2012. Zabłocie district of Cracow, Poland.

A mix of a leaf and a map of the Zabłocie area in Cracow. The painted red points in the middle of map refers to cultural places located in Zabłocie, such as: museums, galleries, studios, other murals, installations and sculptures in a public space. The leaf structure promotes healthy food and ecology. (via
Project: Aleksandra Toborowicz & Artur Wabik
Realisation: Paulina Lichwicka, Weronika Kasprzyk, Joanna Róg-Ociepka, Ola Piórek, Karolina Źrebiec, Weronika Piórek, Aleksandra Toborowicz, Artur Wabik.

Monday, October 10, 2016


Building at 18 Józefińska St., old Podgórze district of Cracow, Poland.

In the years 1941-1943, it was the seat of the Jewish Social Self-Help, appointed at the very beginning of the war. Near-by, at no. 22, there was a day care centre for children aged 6-14.
During the ghetto's elimination, in March 1943, the German occupiers murdered all children from the centre. Some time before, the same fate had befallen the little residents of the orphanage, located at nos. 31 and 41 (today, the latter house does not exist) Józefińska Street subsequently.

During one of the displacements, in October 1942, its children were sent to death camps. At the head of the column of children marching to the railway station were the orphanage's director, Anna Feuerstein, and Dawid Kurzmann, who devoted his whole life to his pupils, much like Janusz Korczak. Despite the Germans' suggestion, they did not stay in the ghetto, but instead set off with the children on their last way. 

(citation from Magic Cracow)

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Mural "Roads to freedom"

Mural "Road to freedom" painted by polish artist Mikołaj Rejs in 2011. The work was the part of Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow project.

The project according to the author:
“A mural painted together with young people on the former Wawel confectionery factory as part of the ‘Roads to freedom’ project organised by the MOCAK Museum of Contemporary Art and the Consulate General of the US. The mural depicts the relationships between vague characters who are being drawn into our reality by kites created by the young people during the workshops. This kind of interaction between objects and painted characters is a frequent way I express myself.”