Teaching Infinity

A surreal journey of a space castaway. Lost emergency capsules, a remote planet and close encounters with an intriguing Alien. A woman and her little robot companion investigate mysteries of a planet. Time and space play tricks on them.

Bartek Kik

Bartek Kik

animator and animation director

Born in Proszowice in 1982. Graduated from the National Film School in Łódź with a degree in animation and special effects. Debuted in 2008 with “Teaching Infinity,” a short he directed with Jakub Jabłoński.

Joined Platige Image in 2007. Since then has been involved in producing multiple ads and cultural projects. He co-directed “Culture,” a short created for the MOVE YOUR IMAGINATION campaign that promoted Poland at the ITB tourism trade fair in Berlin, as well as the animation for the “CATZILLA” benchmark.

Jakub Jablonski

Jakub Jablonski

director, art director, illustrator

Born in Łódź in 1981. Studied painting and graphics at the Academy of Art in Łódź. Also graduated from National Film School in Łódź with a degree in animation and special effects.

Joined Platige Image in 2008, where he currently heads the Art & Design department.

Jakub creates illustrations, movie concepts, posters, characters, and set designs for movies and video games. He was involved in multiple artistic initiatives and ad campaigns. Jabłoński created the illustrations for Jacek Dukaj’s novel “The Crowe” and designed all of the visual elements for “The Kinematographer” directed by Tomek Bagiński.

In 2008, together with Bartek Kik, Jakub directed his first animated short, called “Teaching Infinity.” Both artists have been collaborators ever since. In 2011, they directed their next movie, “Culture.” The short was part of Poland’s promotional campaign at the ITB tourism trade fair in Berlin. Jakub also served as the artistic director for the entire campaign. In 2012, the two collaborated on an animated benchmark called “CATZILLA.”