In 1981, Ihnatowicz designed the poster for Wielka Majówka (The Big Picnic), a comedy directed by Krzysztof Rogulski. For the title, integrated into the rainbow, she used Domino (Mecanorma, 1972). Apparently it was technically easier – or aesthetically more appropriate – to draw the letters by hand than to make direct use of the dry transfer typeface by enlarging it photographically. While most letterforms closely follow the original design by J.C. and M.Demarchi, with small adjustments to the weight and width, Ó got a custom Pac-Man-like kreska accent, and K a new, much plainer design. Maybe Ihnatowicz didn’t like the look of this glyph, or it wasn’t included in the template she was working from.
Most of the small print is in Hermes-Grotesk, which was a common choice in Polish poster design and also known as Blok, and two widths of Univers.