Today Poland, like a few other European countries, is celebrating the 100th anniversary of re-gaining independence in 1918. We were going to make a special post to celebrate this momentous occasion (we had an idea and everything) but life – literally – happened and we haven’t managed, which is a pity. So instead we’re sharing with you a design we made for local celebrations of this anniversary in Gdańsk.
It combines the words niepodległość (“independence”) with 100 so that the zeroes are also Os. The crown with two crosses is the symbol of Gdańsk and it’s placed symmetrically to the 100. The design uses gold with red and white, which are both the colors of Gdańsk and great colors for any Poland-related celebrations (red and white being the colors of the Polish flag).
“Gdańsk celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Polish independence.”