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Dyslexic Design


Dyslexic Design, hosted at this years designjunction, is an exhibition that explores the connection between dyslexia and the creative industries. The project, in support of the British Dyslexia Association, is to celebrate dyslexic designers’ work over five days during the London Design Festival.

Sebastian Bergne is delighted to be part of this exhibition, located in a giant monopoly-style house on Granary Square. It will celebrate dyslexia by accentuating its positive effects and its close association with design. Leading designers from multiple disciplines including product, fashion, illustration, home decor and fine art – all of whom are dyslexic – will showcase their work in a temporary curated exhibition at designjunction. Other contributors include: Terence Woodgate, Kristjana S Williams, Tom Raffield, Tina Crawford, Rohan Chhabra, Tiphaine Dugast, Bethan Laura Wood, Sari Rathel, Abe Rogers, Richard Rogers and Jim Rokos.


1 Granary Square
King’s cross

Thursday 22 September – Sunday 25 September

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