Kiryk Drewinski design record sleeves & posters for many bands and music labels. Since the very beginning of his graphical work, music was a strong influence for all his doing. Not only because he is a musician himself but also because he sees many parallels between art and music, especially between pop music and the poppy aspect of graphic design that he is into quite much. To Kiryk, listening to a song with it’s catchy melody or the admiring of a well made composition are pretty similar to watching a beautiful graphical shape or being hit by a good visual concept/idea.
His art is very much inspired by the mid- and late 60s posters of the psychedelic era. That is because Kiryk is a great lover of psychedelic rock music from that period. He just likes things that are “organic and hand made”, he explains. So a second huge source of inspiration comesfrom the art made around 1900 like the natural shapes of Art Nouveau etc.
Some of his cd cover designs