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Sculptor Tomasz Radziewicz returns to Promised Land!

Tomasz Radziewicz graduated with honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk under prof. Stanisław Radwański. He was also a scholar in the atelier of Stephan Balkenhol at the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, Germany. Radziewicz is the creator of many monuments in Poland, including the Józef Piłsudski Monument in Gdańsk, the Monument of the Pope John Paul II in Przemyśl, the Kazimierz Deyna Monument in Warsaw, and the recent Monument to the Glory of Cavalry and Polish Artillery near Komarów.


In recent years, Radziewicz has been working on video-game-and film-related projects, collaborating with companies like CD PROJEKT RED and Platige Image. In 2014, he designed the Collector’s Edition for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt as well as a 2,5 meter high sculpture depicting the witcher Geralt fighting a Noonwraith, with the latter currently on display at the CD PROJEKT RED headquarters in Warsaw. He is also the author of a concept sculpture for Cyberpunk 2077.