Lem’s works have been translated into over forty languages reaching a joint print-run of almost 30 million copies; this gallery presents the most interesting covers.
Stanislaw Lem’s drawings for the “Star Diaries”. As the author explains: “Their illustrative character undoubtedly helps in understandings texts that may appear dark and difficult”.
Daniel Mróz was a Polish graphic designer, a scenographer and illustrator, member of the Krakow Group. Mróz illustrated Lem’s „They Cyberiad,” „Robots’ Tales” and „The Star Diaries”.
A section with photos of Stanislaw Lem, some of them presented for the first time, covering the period 1925—2005. The gallery comprises a cross-section of his life.