An exhibition opening to the public tomorrow will showcase graphic art works that explore the idea of place and what it means.
The show will run from the 22nd-30th of September in the Bozboz Gallery in Brighton on Richmond Place.
The exhibition has been described by it’s organisers as aiming to reveal “how places can develop strong identities and culture, which are felt deeply by local people and visitors alike. It is also a response to the current political climate, which has seen increasing attempts to close borders, restrict our freedom of movement and regulate our ‘sense of place’”.
The exhibition features 17 Sussex-based designers, design agencies and illustrators, with all profits from the sale of prints will go to two charities: Refugee Action and The Clock Tower Sanctuary in Brighton.