The UK’s first ever exhibition of graphic design from North Korea, revealing a style honed over decades in a closed society. 🇰🇵 ✏️
An exhibition of hundreds of everyday objects including food packaging, ticket stubs and stamps, together with hand-painted propaganda posters and comics, giving a extraordinary and rare insight into everyday life in the DPRK.
The exhibition displays the collection of Nicholas Bonner, the foremost expert on North Korean graphic culture, tourism and film, who has led tours to the country for 25 years.
We're thrilled to have opened our latest exhibition – Made In North Korea: Everyday Graphics from the DPRK. Posters, food packaging, comics and stamps give an extraordinary insight into everyday life. See it until 13 May. #MadeInNorthKorea pic.twitter.com/sthGPXBiAs
— HouseOfIllustration (@illustrationHQ) 23 February 2018
House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, King’s Cross, London N1C 4BH
10am-6pm Tuesday-Sunday (closed Monday)
From £7.50 book online