Wojciech Plewiński is a Polish photographer. His photos were published on over five hundred „Przekrój” magazine covers. He is a member of FIAP and ZPAF.
He was taking pictures for many Polish theatres, including: Theater Scena STU, Ludowy Theatre and Juliusz Słowacki Theatre. He was also connected with Piwnica pod Baranami. Lives in Kraków today. Known for his 'kitten' photographs of women in the popular Przekrój weekly in the 1960s, as well as his celebrity portraits, reportages, artistic nudes and magazine covers.
Wojciech Plewiński's academic background was founded in architecture - in 1955 he received his diploma from the Kraków Polytechnic University. He studied sculpture at the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts, but photography quickly became his passion and he abandoned all other undertakings. He began taking photographs in late 1956. Barbara Hoff from the Przekrój weekly, who later became a famous fashion designer, engaged him as a photographer with the magazine and he continued to work with the magazine for over four decades. He managed to shoot nearly five hundred of the famous 'kitten' shots of beautiful girls for the front cover.