Designer in Warsaw, Poland, b. 1992, who studied at Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She created Musso (2016), a remarkable brushy vernacular script typeface that is loaded with alternates to emulate real handwriting. Since about 2010, there has been an explosion of brushy typefaces, but even in this crowded field, Musso stands out. Later in 2016, Ania Wielunska and Mateusz Machalski co-designed the weathered typeface family Gangrena. Her last typeface from 2016 was the connected school script Koszyki, also co-designed with Mateusz Machalski.