Mirko Ilic in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mirko Ilic, the well known Bosnian-born artist based in New York City, is running an exciting project on the subject of "Tolerance". It is a traveling exhibition that grows as new posters are added at each location.
Which so far has been in Slovenia, Montenegro, Sarajevo, Bosnia, and at the end of this month in Serbia, in Holland, Spain, and the United Emirates.
Here is the announcement of the show in Belgrade, Serbia
Below you can read a bit more about the concept of the show and how it was displayed so far.
The show features some work by main designers around the world. With each country the show travels to, one of the most prominent designer from that country is adding a poster on the same subject but as the show continues designers are contributing more work.
The show costs nothing since I send electronic files and they are printed out at the size that is good for available displays. The only requirement is that if itís possible put some posters ó if not all of them on the street/outside so that the citizens and by-passers can see them.
Here are some entries from my blog about the poster show:
These are the posters in the show sofar:
Hamza Abdelal - Jordan
Reza Abedini - Iran
Tarek Atrissi - Lebanon
Peter Bankov - Russia
Michel Bouvet - France
Sue Coe - USA/UK
Srdja Dragovic - Montenegro
Manuel Estrada - Spain
Milton Glaser - USA
Anur Hadziomerspahic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jianping He - China
Fons Hickmann - Germany
Anette Lenz - France
Saki Mafundikwa - Zimbabwe
Alejandro Magallanes - Mexico
Chaz Maviyanne-Davies - Zimbabwe
Istvan Orosz - Hungary
Paula Scher - USA
Yuko Shimizu - Japan
Sarp Sozdinler - Turkey
Slavimir Stojanovic - Serbia
Felipe Taborda - Brazil
David Tartakover - Isreal
Niklaus Troxler - Switzerland
Xiao Yong - China
Katarzyna Zapart - Poland
Mirko Ilic sent 27 posters, I left out the one from Studio New Collectivism, Slovenia, obviously made to test the tolerance of the spectator, showing a horribly disfigured face of a man. I feel under no obligation to show show beheadings, killing of children, bloodbaths and the like on Posterpage.
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