Graphic artist, poster author and illustrator.
Between 1994 and 1999 he majored in Graphic Arts at Warsaw's Academy of Fine Arts.
In 1997 he studied at the Schule fur Gestaltun in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Upon his return, between 1997 and 1999 he was assistant to Professor Mieczyslaw Wasiewski in the Poster Design Workshop at the Academy in Warsaw and in 2000 he joined Professor Lech Majewski's workshop.
Between 2003 and 2004 he further enriched his experience by working as an intern at the Internationales Kunstlerhous Villa Concordia in Bamberg, Germany.
Ryszard Kajzer is primarily known for his poster art, book projects and illustrations. His posters manifest a painterly freedom, executed as a seemingly careless gesture. The artist often utilises the cut out technique or the torn technique. Freehand lettering is often incorporated in his works and often borderlines on unreadable splatters. His works are full of energy, loaded with contrast featuring large, flat spots of densely oversaturated color. Ryszard Kajzer is a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
He found Zerkaj Studio – graphic design studio www.zerkajstudio.pl. Works in collections at museums and galleries including Berlin, Budapest, Essen, Hong Kong, Lahti, Mexico, Mons, Paris, Toyama, Trnava and Warsaw.