The festival has been held in Kharkiv since 2014.
The event was called “Shevchenko Gardens are not a concentration camp.”
This year’s march is special because it is a jubilee one.
In total, the artist presents about 200 works.
A total of 950 posters by designers from 53 countries are displayed.
The exhibition will be held until the end of March.
Overall, 131 photographs of the Kharkiv School of Photography were selected.
Many children have learned from the artist how to make a Valky whistle.
A conductor is an unusual profession and always attracts interest.
The festival included a film screening of national contest participants and a non-competitive program.
The first-of-many to get behind the cape in the initial Dracula film phenomena was Hungarian Béla Lugosi.
The exposition is dedicated to children born in a tragic year for Ukraine.
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