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Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18Design Museum, London
28 March–12 August 2018
Curated by the Design Museum and GraphicDesign&
Surveying a decade of electoral shocks, coups d’état, demonstrations and democratic failings, ‘Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18’ (28 March–12 August 2018) at London’s Design Museum is an exploration of graphic design’s involvement in an escalating period of political unrest.
Above: Benjamin Westoby for the Design Museum.
Alex J. Todd, design writer, London
Read the full version in Eye no. 96 vol. 24, 2018
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