Harriet + Sylwia are originally from the faraway hills of Masuria in Poland and the Kentish countryside, they now live on a leafy green hill in south-east London. Their friendship was cemented when they discovered a shared passion for mid-century art and design over a cup of Sylwia’s incredibly strong tea. They were sitting chatting about how much they both loved her Polish Cyrk posters, when the idea for Projekt 26 was born. With their combined knowledge of graphic design and Polish culture it felt like it was meant to be. The more they learn about this exceptional era of Polish poster art, the more they fall in love; not only with the Polish posters themselves, but with the incredible and iconic artists who created them. “We are both drawn to a very similar aesthetic which informs our buying choices; bold, witty and often naively illustrated pieces which have the ability to make us smile. We like to sell posters that we would proudly hang on our own walls. (The only downside is parting with them!)” they state on their website, adding that; “We are again living in grey times, but we hope to be able to inject a little bit of colour back into the world with Projekt 26. We hope very much you’ll fall in love with Polish posters too.” They collect various colorful Polish posters and introduce each of them with their artists on their Instagram account. Take a look at some of them we handpicked for you and you will definitely fall in love.