/ 2020 / Press / Fashion


  • Prize
    Bronze in Press/Fashion
  • Company
  • Photographer
    Piotr Myszkowski
  • Credit
    Piotr Myszkowski/Monika Filipowska/Damian Witkowski/Mikaela Sandell/OlaJaroszek/Asia Braczkowska

The photographs deal with the problem of sexual orientation discrimination still present in many countries. The title refers to the marriage vow (“till death do us apart”) but puts a dark twist to it. In certain places, homosexual couples are oppressed to such extent that, ironically, only death can allow union of their hearts, because society never will. The author’s work aims to shed a light on the current situation of LGBT rights in his home country. Poland does not legally recognise same-sex marriages or same-sex civil unions, and LGBT community is still discriminated.

Born 1988 in Poland. Specializes in commercial & fashion conceptual photography. Education-manager, passion- photography because the most important thing in life is to do what you really love. I have been devoting myself to photography for a few past years and it became not only my job but my whole life as well.

Awards - 3rd place in Fotoerotica Playboy 2015
- 3rd place in ND Awards 2015, Advertising Fashion category
- 2nd place at the Polish Art Festival "Eagle 2016"