Intl poster design exhibition opens in Nantong
Visitors admire poster designs on display at the Five-Three Art Museum in Nantong on Oct 16. [Photo/ntjoy.com]
An international poster design exhibition kicked off at the Five-Three Art Museum in Nantong, a coastal city in East China’s Jiangsu province, on Oct 16.
The event’s tagline was “forest and city” and it was hosted by the city’s publicity department, culture, broadcasting, television and tourism bureau, federation of literary and art circles, and the executive committee of the 2019 China Forest Tour Festival.
The event received more than 600 works from around the world since it started in early September.
A total of 437 entries by 365 designers were put on display after thorough evaluation. Forty designers came from the United States, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Switzerland, Japan, and South Africa, six came from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao, and 319 came from the Chinese mainland.
Organizers said the event was meant to increase people’s environmental awareness and encourage them to contribute to the eco-friendly development of the city.