Kotynski created an illustrated spread for a cover story appearing in Newsweek, Polish edition, on the ‘iGeneration.’ His illustration was art directed by Magdalena Mamajek-Mich. The article, about the current generation of teens and how social media is affecting them, touches on the topic of unhealthy perfectionism, how it breeds narcissistic solitude and leads to shallow personal […]
Kotynski created an illustration for the 750th Jubilee issue of Car and Driver magazine, published in December, 2017. Illustrating an article by Daniel Pund on how Jeep Corporation has drained power and money from other corporations over the years, Kotynski worked with Creative Director, Darin Johnson. The illustrator’s Jeep morphing into a black widow is a representation of unethical corporate behavior.
Kotynski created an illustration for an upcoming issue of Wysokie Obcasy Extra, a monthly women’s magazine in Poland. Developed for an interview with two female lawyers who give advice how to protect against sexual harassment at work, Kotynski shows a poster of a naked woman with post-it notes covering essentials on the wall behind an office worker answering a phone. […]
Kotynski’s created two editorial illustrations for Newsweek, Polish edition. The first entitled, “Sunday Shopping,” (Newsweek PL 50/2017) for an article about the planned closing of stores on Sundays in Poland and its impact on culture and families and “Marching,” (Newsweek PL 52/2017 – 1/2018) a prediction on the future of technology and how it will affect everyday lives.
Kotynski created an editorial illustration featuring invented superheroes for The Real Deal, New York’s real estate news magazine. The article, on how big data companies fight against one another in the real estate world, was art directed by Paul Dilakian. Kotynski’s neon characters prepare for combat atop towering buildings while impressions of data appear as vapors in the sky behind them.
Kotynski illustrated an interview with two motoring enthusiasts for Wysokie Obcasy Extra Monthly, about self-driving cars. The interview mentioned the fear of stray objects and animals in the road such as a moose plus other questionable behaviors of self-steering cars. Kotynski’s image exaggerates the apprehensions many drivers have about turning over the wheel in an automated car.
Kotynski created two cover illustrations for The Real Deal magazine, a magazine of real estate news, art directed by Paul Dilakian. A cover illustration for the Summer 2017 issue of the Westchester/Fairfield Market Report illustrates a story about a national real estate firm acquiring a smaller Westchester-based firm and the adjustment period that ensued. A second cover was for […]
Przemek Kotynski, created an illustration for Newsweek on the current state of mind of many people who are tired of seeing, hearing, and talking about politics. The Newsweek article, by Aleksandra Pawlicka, which appeared in Poland’s edition of Newsweek, chronicles the desire of a large group of people to tune out news about political in-fighting and intrigue; insulating […]
Kotynski, is an award winning Polish illustrator who lives and works in Warsaw. He has spent several years working in video games, film and the advertising sector, as an art director. Kotyński, has also directed an animated movie. After years of working in all these various creative fields, Kotyński, decided to settle down and focus […]