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July 1, 2007


Cute as Hell in NYLON

In its July 2007 issue, NYLON Magazine featured the Cute as Hell body wash in a product spotlight entitled “J-POP: Dressing like a Harajuku girl might seem a little far-fetched but these bright, animated accessories have just the right amount of Japanese Kawaii.

March 1, 2007


Candy from Strangers in SPARE Magazine

Spare Magazine, a German lifestyle magazine, featured Candy from Strangers in their March 2007 issue with the following description:

“Finally an entirely neglected but well-funded target audience is being catered to by the industry: The male pedophile from next door. Now he can equip himself for his job at the playground and possibly deduct the tools for his trade from his taxes. All the more fitting is the fact that the product was designed by a New York-based firm called Kiss Me I’m Polish.”

July 1, 2005



The Polish edition of ELLE magazine featured Agnieszka’s tote bag designs with a text that went something like this: “She creates her bags like a graphic designer – color and form are most important. It’s because of these bags that her design studio Kiss Me I’m Polish in New York’s Brooklyn has gained its mark in the world of fashion.” I guess some things were lost in translation, but hey, we were in ELLE.

And it’s the second time a Polish publication has titled a piece about us with “Kiss the Polish Girl.” Is that how you say “Kiss Me I’m Polish” in Polish?

April 1, 2005


Fresh Dialogue 5: New Voices in Graphic Design

Published by the Princeton Architectural Press this book commemorates the AIGA’s 20th Anniversary Fresh Dialogue – the fifth in 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. Agnieszka Gasparska was one of the five speakers at the event, and the book offers a detailed replay of the evening.
Edited by Nicola Bednarek

October 1, 2004



Published by Rotovision, this book “examines design that appeals to the senses through luxury, profusion and excess.” It features the interactive animation Kiss Me I’m Polish created in collaboration with Fischerspooner for Amnesty International’s 40th anniversary.

April 1, 2004



An assortment of hand-made bags designed by Kiss Me I’m Polish was featured in the Playful issue of the Warsaw-based fashion and culture monthly. Translation of article title into English – “Kiss the Polish Girl.” That’s 3 for 3.

January 1, 2004


Step Magazine

Agnieszka Gasparska was featured as a Fine Young Specimen in this issue’s Field Guide to Design’s New Breed.

Writes David Womack: “For a recent meeting, she peddled up on a violet “Free Spirit” bicycle wearing a matching violet coat. This kind of coincidence is not unusual. ‘I often find,’ she says, ‘when I go to a client meeting, my clothes match the colors on my presentation. I don’t plan it, but certain colors seem to fit certain periods of my life and get reflected in my work. Color is very important to me.”

January 1, 2004


E-project vol.2

This survey of “the most creative websites around the world” published in 2004 featured the ’02 redesign of and the interactive animation we created with Fischerspooner for Amnesty International’s 40th anniversary.

November 1, 2003


Taschen’s 1000 Favorite Websites

Taschen included the 2002 redesign of in their collection of favorites from across the web.

April 1, 2003



New identity for Maison Mason was featured in this issue of the french graphic design monthly with the caption: “New Yorker Agnieszka Gasparska propagates her style, her floral forms and her tenticular stems on the creation of the visual identity for designer David Mason.”