Polish graphic designer Thomasz Biernat whose typography reminds the periods of typographic Americana… the 19th century. Thomasz is a creative whose extensive talent allows him to specialize in many different areas. We really enjoy this work branding and corporate identity, but certainly the most striking are typographic creations, especially the posters made by mixing with vector fonts. Take a look here and go to the link below for more info or to get in touch with Thomasz. “I have been a graphic designer for several years and am mostly self-taught. It was art classes at school that helped me decide what I wanted to do. At the beginning I dealt with painting (pastels) and fine pieces of Chinese artwork. The next step was car design – I still draw cars today. I really like to work with high precision and am very happy on projects using guilloche patterns. Typography is something that I discovered in myself a while ago, but it is still not appreciated in Poland. Customers from outside the country allow me to realize this passion. I find inspiration often looking at old newspapers from the years 1900-1930, as well as old advertisements on the walls or in the interiors of historic buildings. Often random places or objects can be an inspiration, and of course other artists”- Thomasz Biernat.