On June 4th “The Tolerance Poster Show” opened in Anker’t in Budapest, Hungary. 100 posters are displayed on the outside and inside of the building as part of Pride Festival.
Mirko Ilić, the curator of “Tolerance,” explains the origin of the project: “The initial idea of this exhibition was to invite well-known graphic designers to create posters based on their understanding of tolerance in their mother tongue. One of the conditions was that the exhibition is placed in a public space, among the citizens, not in art galleries. The purpose of the exhibition is not only displaying posters, but in gathering and approaching people. Artists are the ones who promote tolerance and peace, and facilitate the reconciliation process.”
See both “Tolerance” posters and others under Design is Play Studio Posters.