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VOX animation

Vox Animation is more than just moving images. It’s a way to convey emotions, tell stories, and capture the audience’s attention in a memorable way. The specificity of this type of animation lies in its universality and flexibility. You can express your creativity in almost any way, from simple logo animations to full-length animated films.
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The Story of Thomas – The Apostle of Belief

Preparing animations in the style of Vox Animation for the project dedicated to Saint Thomas the Apostle was a fascinating experience for me. This animation style, characterized by simplicity, clarity, and the ability to condense content, proved to be perfect for conveying deep faith messages. Each of the short, 10-second animations contained not only aesthetics but also depth of message, showcasing key moments from the life and mission of Saint Thomas.

Choosing this particular animation style turned out to be spot on. The simplicity and clarity of this style allowed for an effective portrayal of the emotions, doubts, and triumphs of Saint Thomas in a way that resonated with the audience. Each frame aimed to touch the hearts and minds of viewers, bringing the Apostle’s faith experience to life in an inspiring and thought-provoking manner.

In this way, the animations became not only a visual element of the project but also a tool for deeper understanding and experiencing the story and spiritual journey of Saint Thomas the Apostle. I believe their presence in the project contributed to its greater impact on the audience, inspiring them to reflect on their own faith and spiritual development.

I believe that these short animations in the style of Vox Animation for Bible Unbound are an essential part of the project, which not only brings the story of Saint Thomas the Apostle closer but also inspires us to deeper understanding and experiencing of our own faith journey. May they serve as a source of inspiration and reflection for all who have the opportunity to see them.


There is more happiness in giving than in receiving. I will not be perverse when I talk about my total involvement in this giving in this project. In this process, working with Mateusz Stolarski from Prophet Media, I was responsible for creating a visual concept for promoting this event from scratch. On its basis, Mateusz prepared graphics and posters. I was able to solidify the brand by consistently implementing the conceptual assumptions with the help of Karol Regulski from Dobrym Okiem fotography, which provided photographs from the archives of the festival and a lot of support from Beu for their amazing music. In this way, a series of short spots adapted to various media was created, promoting the 12th edition of CHRZEŚCIJAŃSKIE GRANIE FESTIVAL. 


Every man hides a secret. It is a great wealth of beauty and freedom. In fact, no one can take that away from him without his consent. It turns out that no circumstances can pose a threat of losing this treasure.

Painted landscape with a tower

Despite difficult circumstances, poverty, lack of education and illiteracy, Nikifor Lemko from Krynica retained this freedom. Using the modest means available (packaging paper, court forms, cardboard, chalk, pencils, cheap paints), he pursued his creative desires inspired by his own mystery. He was an artistic phenomenon, he had an extraordinary talent and innate painting intuition. He left behind a beautiful world of paintings, drawings, watercolors and gouaches. His work is a source of inspiration for many artists to this day.

The National Museum in Kielce encouraged people to get to know Nikifor’s work by preparing an exhibition of his paintings in the branch of the Museum of Dialogue between Cultures in Kielce.

As part of the promotion of this exhibition, I had the opportunity to prepare a short promotional motion graphic for which I used the figure of Nikifor from the artist’s self-portrait. A simple character rigging animation was created.

The exhibition of Nikifor’s work was also accompanied by a film photographed by the curator of the exhibition Artur Ptak. Samuel Studio was responsible for preparing the animated elements (character rigging, displaying selected images) and editing the entire material. I used individual elements from the artist’s paintings and boards imitating cardboard, thanks to which the video gained a form corresponding to the nature of the artist’s work. The use of these measures also strengthened the branding of the promotion of this event. This is how the film was created, which is an integral part of the exhibition. Thanks to the video, visitors could broaden their knowledge about the outstanding Lemko from Krynica in an attractive way, get to know the region where he lived and the history of the development of his painting.