Mateusz Suda, fashion illustrator and an outstanding graphic designer, whose works of art are full of unrestrained energy. Apart from State Higher Vocational School in Glogow, Poland, he obtained a M.A. degree in the Art Institute in Opole. Works created by him are characterised by both nimbleness and lively colour palette. Not only does his aforementioned dualism delight, but it also makes Suda’s works known among a circle of his most demanding spectators.
At the turn of 2011 and 2012, Mateusz Suda served as a creative director of fashion column in Kulturalne Opole, he handled the Street Fashion column as well. He is an art director, CEO & Founder of where he publishes all of his illustrations. Besides illustrating, he is into Graphic Design, Corporate Identity and Branding. Suda appears on plenty of art websites where he personally introduces himself as new media artist. He cooperates with polish fashion designers creating excellent visual background of their fashion shows.
Suda has plenty of different artistic accomplishments under his belt. He took part in the exhibition RESPECT! IT’S A TOY! within the scope of NEED FOR STREET 2 Festival in Warsaw, Poland (2010). Besides this, he got into the semi-finals of the design contest Sophistis.pl (2011). Suda participated in the exhibition „Fashion is not dead” sponsored by IKEA during NEET FOR STREET 3 Festival (2011). He also created a set of illustrations for fashion house TOMAOTOMO by Tomasz Olejniczak (2011). Additionally, he recorded a short promotional film for Hector & Karger where one of their AW 2011/2012 dresses served as his main inspiration. He designed illustrations for POLYGON for SS 2012 collection use and cooperated with Orska in 2012. His works were given HOLE magazine coverage (2013). In 2014 he designed prints for ILLESTA - fashion brand and was working on art direction of collection and lookbook.
Suda’s illustrations meaningfully relate to fashion, death and sexuality. The artist himself admits, that he relies on different dimensions, combining cleverly motives from each of them. Many of his works are characterised by grotesque. His film created for Olga Mieloszyk collection (within the scope of FashionPhilosophy Fashion Week Poland 2013) is bursting with energy. Colours brilliance is a maintaining addition to Suda’s works’ character and the best motif describing the artist.
Works created by him are characterised by both nimbleness and lively colour palette. Not only does his aforementioned dualism delight, but it also makes Suda’s works known among a circle of his most demanding spectators.