Igor Morski, a Polish artist, illustrator, and co-owner of Morski Studio Graficzne has created surreal images that have special hidden meaning. The artist has graduated with honors at the State Higher School of Fine Art in Poznań specializing in Interior Architecture and Industrial Design Faculty, and worked for public broadcasting during the 1980s and 1990s. After that he started pursuing a career in press illustration. The artist opened his own studio in 1995.
The Polish artist explains how his time working at Wprost magazine inadvertently led him to the surrealist style he uses today: "My drawings made a great impression, as people were not familiar with Photoshop and many illustrations were taken literally. This was especially valid for the photo montages with politicians. The mere fact of depicting everything upside down has made me a surrealist."