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The Tolerance Poster Show in Reykjavík, Iceland

Originally, the Tolerance Poster Show was supposed to open in Iceland as part of the Design March Festival. Unfortunately, Because of Covid-19 the festival had been postponed. The organizer, FÍT (Félag íslenska teiknara) and The Association of Icelandic Graphic Designers 2020, decided to re-open the festival, from June 24th - 29th in Hafnartorg, 101 ReykjavíkThe Tolerance Poster Project was exhibited alongside the Art Directors Club of Europe 2019 Gold Winners traveling exhibition in Tryggvagata 21, at the "harbour square", where much of the Design March activity was taking place.

I want to send a special thank you to Director of the Board, Kristín Eva Ólafsdótti and Curator, Becky Forsythe, for their effort in organizing this show.


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