With a reputation that spans the globe, Rafal Olbinski is best known for his role as an internationally acclaimed designer of opera house posters and for creating the covers of hundreds of magazines, from Time to Newsweek and The New Yorker. Born in Kielce, Poland in 1945, Olbinski studied architecture before dedicating himself to painting and design. Olbinskiís lush images and artwork are layered with complex psychology. He does not paint the landscape of scientific reality, but rather maps the interiors of the mind. Like Salvador Dali and Magritte before him, Olbinskiís work has poetic resonanceóhe depicts the mind as a theater of dreams, with new attractions around every corner.