Agnieszka Stopyra, a fashion illustrator and graphic designer, invites you to discover her newest project called ‘BREAKFAST IN FUR’
‘BREAKFAST IN FUR’ is an original, interdisciplinary project combining women and conceptual
art. The title refers to Object, the famous work of the surrealist Meret Oppenheim.
Stopyra invites female icons, and also each of us, to undertake a discussion about the identity of women.
She invites us to take part in a search for what defines us and what is the gist of our being.
It is a portrait without an actual portrait. The artist shows women who are important to her in the context
of their actions, distinctive features, works and some associations, but without the visual aspect. Without
The artist invites us to think and draws us into a surrealistic puzzle. The title is somewhat uncomfortable.
It is like a combination of two opposites. Because black is often hidden behind the colour. And in the
background – there is anxiety.
Her guests are mothers, wives, artists and poetesses, those suffering from depression and those fighting
for rights in their own micro and macro-worlds, breaking down feminist walls, put on their own, personal
pedestal and stepping off it.
The artist’s guests are:
SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR
Agnieszka Stopyra – illustrator, graphic designer. She specialises in fashion illustration with women as
the main motive of her works. Her painting style is popart interwoven with surrealism presented in
As first Polish woman she won the International Illustration Competition organized by Superior Digital
Magazine in 2015 and her work was presented as the cover of the magazine. In 2019, as the very first
Polish artist, she created works for M·A·C Cosmetics’ 25th anniversary. She cooperates with many beauty
and fashion designers and magazines. She worked for such top brands such as: OPI, Pandora, Samsung,
Pennyblack, Glamour, Tomasz Ossoliński or Kulczyk Foundation. Her works also were presented in
many exhibitions, including two biggest fashion weeks in Poland – Łódź Young Fashion oraz Cracow