The Victoria & Albert Museum – which never misses a trick nowadays – has been running a show called Graphic Responses to AIDS since June. It has attracted so much interest that the museum is holding a study day on 10 October to complement the display. Consultancy ART2Go will give a talk oddly entitled Lemon or icebergs, and Robin Gorner of The Terrence Higgins Trust will talk about the interface between HIV prevention and design. The cost of the day is 15 and details can be obtained from Shaun Cole on 0171- 938 8500. This poster, called Life Saver, was designed by Yossi Lemel.
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