|Died||2009 (aged 78–79)|
|Known for||Poster design|
Franciszek Andrzej Bobola Biberstein-Starowieyski (July 8, 1930, in Bratkówka, Poland – February 23, 2009) was a Polish artist. From 1949 to 1955 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków and Warsaw. He specialized in poster, drawing, painting, stage designing, and book illustration. He was a member of Alliance Graphique International (AGI). Throughout his career his style deviated from the socialist realism that was prevalent during the start of his career and the popular, brightly colored Cyrk posters; however he did create one Cyrk poster Homage to Picasso in 1966.
- 1973 - Award, International Biennale of the Arts, São Paulo (Brazil)
- 1974 - Film poster award, Cannes Film Festival, Cannes (France)
- 1974 - 2nd Prize, International Biennial of Posters, Warsaw (Poland)
- 1978 - 2nd Prize, International Biennial of Posters, Warsaw (Poland)
- 1979 - Gold Plaque, International Film Festival, Chicago (USA)
- 1982 - Silver Hugo, Film poster competition
- 2000 - 3rd Prize, International Biennial of Posters, Warsaw (Poland)
- 1986 – The Museum of Modern Art, New York (USA)
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- "Franciszek Starowieyski Polish poster designer - biography and posters". Poster.com.pl. Retrieved 2013-10-13.
- "Franciszek Starowieyski -Polish posters". Polishposter.com. Retrieved 2013-10-13.