Pawel Kadysz is a 26 year old designer from Poland. He’s the founder of High on Pixels,, and Damn Fine Prints. Pawel is a very talented designer who loves creating beautiful stuff for web. Everything he touches becomes resplendent, if you look at his previous projects you will notice the staggering attention to detail across the board.

Pawel recently started Damn Fine Prints, which offers polished print handled with care. The idea behind it is simple, create the most beautiful prints and use the best materials possible to do so. They use the best paper, best printer and best inks available. For the last six months, we’ve kept an eye on this project and are very happy to see it succeed.

So if you have a dull white wall above your desk, you should definitely consider covering it with some great designs. All the posters you will see below are available in 3 different sizes & printed on a 100% cotton ultrasmooth matte paper using quality K3 UltraChrome inks from Epson. If you happen to live on planet Earth then you’re in luck! These posters are shipped worldwide with Polish Postal Service.

Lazy Artist

Lazy Artist by Pawe? Kadysz

Build a Reputation

Build a Reputation by Pawe? Kadysz

The Wall

The Wall by Pawe? Kadysz

Keep Calm or Not

Keep Calm or Not


Life by Pawe? Kadysz

Keep Calm and Undo

Keep Calm and Undo by Pawe? Kadysz

The Secret to Creativity

The Secret to Creativity by Pawe? Kadysz

Freelancer by Liz Nugent

Freelancer by Liz Nugent

What is Simplicity

What is Simplicity by Pawe? Kadysz

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  1. Great posters. Love ‘The Wall’ – I think my office wall could do with that one.

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