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Design Museum

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 16:30
Discover how graphic design has played a pivotal role in dictating and reacting to the major political moments of our times at the Design Museum. From political posters and protest placards to internet memes, Hope to Nope will explore the diverse methods that have been used to shape political messages over the past ten years.
 
Included within the hire of the Museum’s central atrium, add an exclusive private view of this stunning exhibition to your next event and give your guests something new to talk about.
 
Hope to Nope will be on display at the Design Museum from 28 March to 12 August 2018. Contact the Design Museum Events Team on venuehire@designmuseum.org or 020 3862 5864 to book your private view or to enquire about their special private tour packages.
 
Image credit: Andy McArthur