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March 18, 2010


Designer As Author Lecture Series

On March 18th, our very own Agnieszka Gasparska, spoke to the MFA Design first year students about KMIP’s redesign of the website, other juicy project highlights as well as her own personal trajectory working in the industry for the past 10 years.

Click here to see the post on SVA’s MFA Design News blog about Agnieszka’s talk and be sure to check out the blog for info on other events.

February 10, 2010


Spark Studio Lecture Series

We are pleased to announce that the next installment of the Spark Studio Lecture Series will be held at our KMIP headquarters on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010. Agnieszka Gasparska will share her insights on running Kiss Me I’m Polish, the trials and tribulations of business management and maintaining a work/life balance.

October 8, 2009


MAKE / THINK AIGA design conference

This October, the AIGA hosted another one of its biennial design conferences – this time in Memphis, TN. Entitled “Make/Think,” the 3-day event explored the dual roles of designers as makers of beautiful things and strategic problem solvers. As part of the conference’s line-up, KMIP’s Agnieszka Gasparska took part in an “Art Direction on the Web” panel with Ian Adelman ( + and Khoi Vinh (

March 24, 2009


The Shirt Project

Recipients of a Rhoda Lubalin Fellowship, Rich Watts and Kiss Me I’m Polish’s very own Louise Ma produced ten t-shirts from August 2007 to March 2009. Each was printed with diagrams that relayed information from a recent news story, and was available by subscription, like a newspaper.

Their grande finale shirt dealt with the creeping death of newsprint. It features the work of twelve New York City-based designers, arranged like a classified ad section. Among the designs is a contribution by Agnieszka Gasparska, illustrating the drop in stock values of the top six U.S. Newspaper companies.

October 15, 2006


Museum of Design Atlanta

Three custom t-shirts made by Kiss Me I’m Polish were featured in the Fall 2006 exhibition entitled “TO A T.”

May 26, 2004


AIGA Fresh Dialogue: 20th Anniversary

In 1999, the American Institute of Graphic Arts launched Fresh Dialogue, a series aimed at bringing together emerging design talent and providing them with an open forum to discuss their own work and the direction of the field.

This year, five talented and eloquent designers (Alice Chung, Karen Hsu, Agnieszka Gasparska, Rodrigo Corral and Alan Dye) from the disparate worlds of fashion, publishing, web, advertising and art unleashed a dialogue about their work. They were kept in check by design’s inky colossus, the always unpredictable Chip Kidd.