The House of Illustration is located just north of King’s Cross station, London, and contains three exhibition spaces.
The Main Gallery (four rooms) is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition of posters and everyday products from North Korea, highlighting the distinctive graphic design and colour palette of that most isolated of countries.
Off a side corridor is a small L-shaped room which is the Quentin Blake Gallery, hosting small shows of selected works by Blake, who was a leading force behind the foundation of the House of Illustration.
And the South Gallery (one room as big as a church hall) is currently displaying a selection of the graphic journalism of Lucinda Rogers.
The HoI commissions works and projects, in fact it is the only UK gallery commissioning illustration for public display. For this…
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