Talking Points: Luba Lukova

Introduce children to the work of artist Luba Lukova.

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Luba Lukova

Luba Lukova is a designer who communicates themes of injustice in the world through her work.

Explore images of Luba’s work with this Google Arts and Culture resource.

Explore Luba’s Website

Questions to Ask Children

Can you see any similarities between the posters? What are those similarities?

What is a visual metaphor? Can you spot any within the artist’s work? 

How do the posters make you feel?

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