Project ATAK! combines fashion and visual arts. Project is inspired directly by the Japanese manga and anime aesthetics. It was engendered by Katarzyna Widmańska & Amadeusz Wróbel (REDЯUM IMAGE duo) in collaboration with Joanna Hawrot fashion designer. 

Series of black and white Katarzyna Widmanska's photographs are accompanied by fashion film made by the
REDЯUM IMAGE duo.
Concept & Photos: Katarzyna Widmańska
Costume Designer: Joanna Hawrot
Models: Kaja Surma, Anna Niczyporuk, Iwona Cieniawska
Make Up: Kasia Świebodzińska
Hair Stylist: Wojtek Kasprzak
Assistant: Maciej Gas
FASHION FILM
Concept, Photos, Cinematography, Edit, Postproduction, Graphic, Music: Katarzyna Widmańska & Amadeusz Wróbel
Costume Designer: Joanna Hawrot
Models: Kaja Surma, Anna Niczyporuk, Iwona Cieniawska
Make Up: Kasia Świebodzińska
Hair Stylist: Wojtek Kasprzak
Assistant: Maciej Gas
Backstage: Krzysiek Hawrot
Production: REDRUM Image
OPENING SEQUENCE
BRANDING
 
Series of prints created by Amadeusz Wróbel for ATAK! exhibition and film promotion.
ATAK! EXHIBITION , Museum of Japan Art and Technology "Manggha" 
Kraków, Poland

 
The exhibition exploits various means of artistic expression in an interdisciplinary manner, combining fashion and visual arts. The black-and-white stylistics of Katarzyna Widmańska’s photography and her moving depictions of fighting female warriors were inspired directly by the Japanese anime aesthetics. The photographs are accompanied by art kimonos designed by Joanna Hawrot with series of prints created by Amadeusz Wróbel, and an expressive fashion film made by the REDЯUM IMAGE duo, illustrating the struggle or clash of opposing energies.
 
more information: Manggha
AUDIO VISUAL PAINTING
 
Audio visual painting based on Katarzyna Widmanska's photographs creared by REDRUM IMAGE duo, audio-visual is part
of Atak! exhibition
FINAL STILLS
BACKSTAGE
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