Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek creates illustrations that convey the beauty of the human body.
Recently, the Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek is studying various methods and ways of illustrating the human body. Beginning with the series “Nogi, nogi!”, “Borderline” and “Tors”, Janusz uses the so-called generative technique of illustration.
What you see now is the Papilarnie series. The lines in these illustrations are very similar to a lightning bolt, interlacing roads or blood vessels. And all these interlacings create a common figure – the human body and its organs. The illustration, as it were, “draws itself”, hence the use of the word “generative”, that’s mean from the lat. Generare – producing, however, this is inappropriate in relation to the human body.