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Tolerance Poster Show in Split, Croatia

On September 15th the Tolerance Poster Show was open in Split, Croatia. The show is on display in Split's riva (waterfront) and it is part of the "KOMBO" festival of visual culture. The festival is organized by the "Udruga DVK" association of students of design from Split.  

We are especially grateful to Vana Basic and "Udruga DVK" who made this show possible.  

You can see the video of the show here. Photographs by Lea Jurcic. 












 

The poster for the show was designed by Marko Borota.


 

 

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  1. Congratulations to the artist activist, Mirko Ilic, for reaching the 100 mark, the amount of shows his TOLERANCE poster project has been mounted in countries worldwide. It is a herculean achievement to organize colleagues around the world and then in turn for these generous people to organize the space, paperwork for permission, printing and hanging of each show in their respective countries. It’s a MONUMENTAL achievement! BRAVO to all involved.

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