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Aleksandra Toborowicz Radio Zablocie District Identity; Mural and Website
Radio Zablocie District Identity; Mural and Website is Silver Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Cultural Heritage and Culture Industry Design Award Category.
Radio Zablocie District Identity; Mural and Website

Website "Attuned to Zablocie" and mural "Radiomural" is a social project aimed at popularizing the cultural and industrial heritage of district Zablocie – a postindustrial and creative part of Krakow, Poland. Website and mural in a form of old radio receiver; an interactive transposition of a retro-radio-receiver's desktop. Retro radio can be regarded as a symbol of the old, industrial district Zablocie, that is famous for the production of "Unitra" radio components in Poland in a communist era. The letters on mural will glow at night. zablocie.info

Radio Zablocie District Identity; Mural and Website
Aleksandra Toborowicz Radio Zablocie
Aleksandra Toborowicz District Identity; Mural and Website
Aleksandra Toborowicz design
Aleksandra Toborowicz design
Aleksandra Toborowicz

Dr Aleksandra Toborowicz is a Polish graphic designer, muralist, painter and lecturer. Lecturer - Assistant Professor at the Visual Communication Studio at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. Vice dean of the Faculty of Graphic Arts (2020–2024). She specialises in editorial design and typography, but also makes designs of posters, ID and websites. Others awards and scholarships: 11 A’ Design Awards (Golden, Silver, Bronze and Iron A' Design Awards), 3 x 50 Books | 50 Covers, Hilbrand Typography Merit Award, The Most Beautiful Books PTWK, Polish Graphic Design Awards, award of the Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, scholarchip of Ministry of Culture and Heritage in 2020, 2016, 2010 ("Young Poland") and 2002.

Unitra

Unitra - the now uniting Electronic and Teletechnic Industry Union, established in 1961. In 1978, the division into the Electronics Union of Electronic Components and Materials Unitra-Elektron and the Electronic Industry Association Unitra-Dom was made. In 1982, both unions were liquidated. At the initiative of company directors, the Association of Electronic Enterprises UNITRA was formed voluntarily, with around 30 founder plants. A limited liability company was established in 1983 from Przedsiębiorstwo Handlu Zagranicznego UNITRA.