These late 20th century North Korean graphic designs from Pyongyang's Industrial Art studio demonstrate the kitschy yet nationalistic advertising in North Korea advertising.
A picture is worth a thousand words
The candy-like posters paint a fruitful view of communism. Their meaning required little interpretation, exactly Kim Jong-il's intention. “If the people who see a picture cannot grasp its meaning,” he said, “no matter what a talented artist may have painted it, they cannot say it is a good picture.”
In London? Check out the Made in North Korea: Everyday Graphics from the DPRK exhibition at the House of Illustration.