Rafał Augustyn is Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland. He obtained his PhD in cognitive linguistics, analysing the cognitive motivation behind neologic noun-to-verb conversion. His research areas include cognitive semantics, multimodality in science communication, metaphors in the language of law and their impact on legal reasoning, and the application of cognitive theories in translation research, practice and didactics. He is also a practicing translator and interpreter of Polish, English and German.Agnieszka Mierzwińska-Hajnos is Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland. She completed her doctoral thesis on the cognitive semantics of common plant names. She has published internationally in linguistic journals and volumes. Her research interests are currently focused on conceptual blending theory, its mechanisms, and its application to the analysis of linguistic and non-linguistic phenomena, cognitive ethnolinguistics, and multimodal studies of advertising, political discourse and music.