Igor Morski is a Polish artist, illustrator, and co-owner of Morski Studio Graficzne. He makes surreal pictures with secret meanings. He got his degree with honors from the Interior Architecture and Industrial Design Faculty at the State Higher School of Fine Art in Poznaot his degree with honors from the Interior Architecture and Industrial Design Faculty at the State Higher School of Fine Art in Pozna. In the 1980s and 1990s, he worked for public television before deciding to become an illustrator for the press. Morski’s own studio opened in 1995.
“Sometimes I used well-known symbols, like Pinocchio’s long nose. But most of the time I tried to come up with my own. For example, my piece “Creative Archaeology” is about how archaeology is becoming more and more popular with the public. There, I show a human head cut in half and filled with sand, with a stylized image of the scientist Indiana Jones on top. It becomes clear what it means. On one side, the head is full of sand, and on the other, the figure is digging in it.” Morski said in an interview: