"Two Leaning Towers" 2019 International Poster Exhibition

 

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00am

Congratulations to Instructor Anson Liaw (Graphic Design Program at OCAD U) for being invited as 1 of only 100 Graphic Designers to create a poster commemorating 49 years of diplomatic relations between China and Italy 

and celebrating the two leaning towers: Tiger Hill Pagoda in Suzhou China, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the Province of Pisa is located in the beautiful region of Tuscany in Italy.

Exhibition:

Two Leaning Towers 2019 International Poster Exhibition

 

The Tiger Hill Pagoda is a dazzling gem of the traditional Chinese art, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy is a wonder of the world's cultural heritage. Both of them are unique representatives of the Eastern and Western cultures. In 2019, in coincidence with the 49th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Italy, in order to ignite different coloured sparks between the Eastern and Western cultures, the Suzhou Tiger Hill Management Office is hosting the International Invitational Poster Exhibition: Two Leaning Towers as a joint contribution to creating an urban culture between China and Italy.

 

Theme: Two leaning towers

 

Form: Flat poster

 

Sponsor:

Suzhou Tiger Hill Management Office

 

Organizer:

Suzhou Graphic Designers Association, Italian-Chinese International School (Italy)

 

Chief Curator:

Mo Junhua

 

Joint Curators:

Zhang Dalu Jiang Yuntao

Xu Li, Sha Feng, Li Zhenyu

 

100 posters will be on exhibition for the Two Leaning Towers 2019 International's Poster Exhibition created by invited and selected 100 graphic designers and illustrators from around the world.

 

 

 

 

Two Leaning Towers by Anson Liaw
Anson Liaw poster

Anson Liaw invitation to submit
Two Learning Towers invitation letter

by Anson Liaw
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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00am

Congratulations to Instructor Anson Liaw (Graphic Design Program at OCAD U) for being invited as 1 of only 100 Graphic Designers to create a poster commemorating 49 years of diplomatic relations between China and Italy 

and celebrating the two leaning towers: Tiger Hill Pagoda in Suzhou China, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the Province of Pisa is located in the beautiful region of Tuscany in Italy.

Exhibition:

Two Leaning Towers 2019 International Poster Exhibition

 

The Tiger Hill Pagoda is a dazzling gem of the traditional Chinese art, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy is a wonder of the world's cultural heritage. Both of them are unique representatives of the Eastern and Western cultures. In 2019, in coincidence with the 49th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Italy, in order to ignite different coloured sparks between the Eastern and Western cultures, the Suzhou Tiger Hill Management Office is hosting the International Invitational Poster Exhibition: Two Leaning Towers as a joint contribution to creating an urban culture between China and Italy.

 

Theme: Two leaning towers

 

Form: Flat poster

 

Sponsor:

Suzhou Tiger Hill Management Office

 

Organizer:

Suzhou Graphic Designers Association, Italian-Chinese International School (Italy)

 

Chief Curator:

Mo Junhua

 

Joint Curators:

Zhang Dalu Jiang Yuntao

Xu Li, Sha Feng, Li Zhenyu

 

100 posters will be on exhibition for the Two Leaning Towers 2019 International's Poster Exhibition created by invited and selected 100 graphic designers and illustrators from around the world.

 

 

 

 

Poster: 
Two Leaning Towers by Anson Liaw
Anson Liaw invitation to submit