Collection DKP - David King Poster Collection

NF? NO? For Anti-Nazi League The National Front is a Nazi Front! Never Again! Nazi Front = National Front, Stop the Nazi National Front! Nazi Front = Hitler, Stop the Nazi National Front! The National Front is a Nazi Front! Nazi! Stop the National Front! Never Again! Nazi Stop The NF! Nazi Front = Goebbels, Stop the Nazi National Front! Free Nelson Mandela! Apartheid in Practice: Health and Housing Forward to Freedom in South Africa and Namibia! International Anti-Apartheid Year 1978-9 Amandla! Free the Pretoria! A Poem for Nelson Mandela !Amandla! Free South Africa Tour No to Apartheid! International Seminar on the role of Transnational Corporations in South Africa March for Freedom in Namibia & SouthAfrica! Demo Sat 28 June Stop Police Killers in South Africa! Stop the Torture of South African Political Detainees!
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H_M_C_T_ DKP

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David King Poster Collection

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116 posters

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(1943-2016)

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English-born David King (1943-2016) was an artist, designer, editor, photographer, photo historian and archivist, who has been described as “one of the most significant artistic-intellectual personalities of our time.” David King was born in 1943 and studied at the London School of Printing and Graphic Arts under Robin Fior, who describes King’s approach as ‘compare and contrast as a political stance’. From 1965-75 he was an art editor for the Sunday Times Magazine and created a new visual language that gave the magazine a cinematic feel.

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King’s Poster collection is the first one in the United States. It includes primarily the political and cultural posters. King’s posters offer a visual history of the global political radicalization of the late 1960s and early 1970s, including the Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa and the Anti-Nazi League in Britain​.​

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