Gdansk School of Mural is a platform that was created for discussion, to improve the workshops an to integrate the environment. Its aim is to restore the original function of mural - socio-political art, reacting to current events and to develop a single style - "Gdańsk School of Mural". Workshops are lead by Rafał Roskowiński and Jacek Zdybel.
The inspiration for Anna Taut’s work is Botanica, the name of the estate where the mural was created. Its decorative character is typical for monumental painting. The stag is a symbol of vitality, rebirth and strength.
Warszawa, Pileckiego 111
This comic-style mural shows a unit of anti-communist partisans in the forest fighting a great beast which personifies the Soviet Union. The image comes complete with a likeness of Witold Pilecki, a...
The mural is a homage to the French artist Jean Cocteau and was painted on a wall of a club which bears his name. The hallucinatory atmosphere of the project is linked to the surrealist films in which the artist often invokes Greek mythology. From the...
Moldova, Chișinău, Boulevard Decebal 64
The work is a joyous effusion of colours, light and sketch-like on principle. Butterflies in the national colours of Poland and Moldova head off towards a blueness which symbolises freedom. A...
Mokra Wieś, Władysław Podkowiński Schools, ul. Marii Konopnickiej 12
The work is an allegorical image of Boy in a Pond - Mokra Wieś from the impressionist period of Władysław Podkowiński, painted in the same location. The pai...
The theme of the work is human rights. The mural shows freedom and the possibilities it offers. Freedom to be yourself and to discover the world in all its aspects. Everything that freedom gives us, presents, colours and smiles, is to be found in this...
Shipyard cranes, a characteristic element in the landscape of Gdańsk, symbolise the labour of the Gdańsk Shipyard workers, whose resistance brought about the collapse of the system and opened the road to transformation for the remaining countries in t...
Romania, Bucharest, Boulevard Iuliu Maniu 190
The project is inspired by the ideas of Korczak and shows the process of the formation and development of a child’s personality. The mural is based on the game ‘Join the Dots’. The ei...
‘ Kwadratowa’ Student Club of the Technical University of Gdańsk, Siedlicka 4
The mural links the history of Gdańsk and the present, the serious and the funny, as well as student and Gdańsk identity. Entwined in the design is the...
Gdańsk, Królikarnia 5
The two murals designed by Małgorzata Popinigis are a reference to their location. One is an archive map of Gdańsk set against tailor’s sewing patterns while the other one, more industrial in ton...
Romania, Bucharest, Boulevard Iuliu Maniu 128-134 block 22
A paper boat, a symbol of fragility, covered in folk motifs illustrating the diversity of Poles who took advantage of Romanian aid after the outbreak of the Second World...
Two murals painted in the foyer of the Faculty of Biology link the past and the present of the biological sciences. The first was based on an 1866 image illustrating the “Tree of Life” by Ernst Haeckel. The second is a contemporary “Tree of Life” based o...
Wizna, Czarnieckiego 78
The mural was created to mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino, which ended on 14 May 1944, and is dedicated to the 30-man group of soldiers from Wizna who took part.
Wizna, Pawła z Wizny 2
The second Wizna mural by the Gdańsk School of the Mural is inspired by the work of Józef Chełmoński.
Marcelina Groń, Agata Kędra, Natalia Podejko, Anna Rucińska, Adam Chmielowiec, Kamil Giedrojć...
Wizna, Cmentarna 3
The mural commemorates the removal of Wizna families between 1940-1941. Amongst those forcibly deported by the Soviet occupier was 3-year-old Marianna Dobrońska. The girl is immortalised on the wall of a ...
Wizna, Czarnieckiego 159
The mural shows Polish soldiers after the battle for the defence of Wizna, the Polish Thermopylae, where around 500 troops under the command of Captain Władysław Raginis held out against 40,000 W...
Moldova, Chișinău, Boulevard Dacia 28
The title of the mural is far from obvious for the population of Moldova, where a communist party still functions which can trace its roots straight back to the Communist Party of the...
Gdańsk, Grunwaldzka 180
The third vessel in the Port of Wrzeszcz is a container ship loaded with brightly coloured cargo, in front of which floats a paper ship.
Katarzyna Jurga, Aleksandra Lech, Karolina Pielak, Magdalena S...
Gdańsk, Grunwaldzka 176
The Port of Wrzeszcz is one of the City Culture Signs from an idea by Szymon Wróblewski from Plama GAK. The gable walls of blocks 174-182 facing the road are reminiscent of ships moored at an imaginary p...
Gdańsk, Grunwaldzka 178
The mural is based on a concept which emerged during project workshops at the Gdańsk School of the Mural. One important element of the work is the cartoon hero Popeye the Sailor Man, being painted i...
Gdansk School of Mural- edition 2015 is supported by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland.