Ronski Polski is the moniker of Ronnie Deelen who originally comes from the Netherlands, but for somehow reason studied in Poland at the Art Academy in Katowice. His style is playful, combining tactile interfaces, graphic design and illustration with 8- and 16-bit sound from devices like Game Boy and Casio VL1, Mattel Synsonic Drummachine and an Electric Kazoo. This video here (see below) shows a live-performance in the new art building in Katowice: the “Rondo Sztuki” (Art Roundabout). Please notice the music and the colorful visuals he makes with two other guys under the moniker RGBoy. This clear style (the 8-bit guys nowadays know how to get into mastering…!), clean melody lines and driving, unrushed beats – I simply like it.

Notice Ronski Polski’s diploma work, where he merged dolls, illustration, performance, computer-based visuals and hardware music into a colorful something. He’s got a myspace, too.

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