Tourist Map of Pyongyang

In November 2019, Koryo Studio held the launch of the Tourist Map Of Pyongyang (2019) — an intricately detailed hand-drawn panorama inspired by artist Gareth Fuller’s experience as an artist visiting the North Korea’s capital.

Gareth Fuller’s artworks are available as a special signed edition of 1,000 affordable silkscreen prints ​with a view to making the work more accessible to those outside the art world’s usual circles.

There are also a limited number of special edition coloured prints available Fuller is certainly an artist worth following and his work is very collectable. Please contact us for more details of the pieces we have available.





Gareth Fuller
Gareth J. Fuller working on Tourist Map of Pyongyang

Fuller’s prints have been acquired by The British Library, Museum of London, and Bristol Museum & Art Gallery for their permanent collections. He has exhibited at the likes of Art Beijing, the Royal College of Art, and the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Tourist Map of Pyongyang
Edition of 1,000
Approx 80 x 64 cm
Paper size 101 x 84 cm
Hand-pulled one-colour silkscreen print
300 gsm heritage rag cotton paper
Signed and numbered
Price: 280.00 EUR


Arch of Triumph
Arch of Triumph
The Arch of Triumph is usually the first sight people are taken to on the drive to the city from the airport. It also offers incredible vistas from its rooftop viewing platform.
Mt Paektu
Mount Paektu
This mountain is actually situated on the Chinese-North Korean border, and nowhere near Pyongyang. However, it features prominently in the country’s propaganda, mythology and symbolism. FULLER’s drawing places Paektu and its stories at the very top of the artwork
Pyongyang Ice Rink
Pyongyang Ice Rink
The biggest indoor ice rink in North Korea would also prove to be one of FULLER’s favourite buildings in the city — an eccentric structure on the bank of the Pothong River that stands to attention on a flat open space.
Party Foundation Monument
Party Foundation Monument
Opened in 1995 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of North Korea’s ruling party, a huge hammer, brush and sickle are held aloft by three giant hands.
“What struck me immediately was the alignment of this spot with the Mansu Hill Grand Monument” – FULLER

Shipping is charged at 80 EUR or artworks may be collected from our studio in Beijing. Art may be returned to our office within 10 days of receipt for full refund less bank charges.

Further Commissioned Works

Reflection of a Rocket
Linocuts depicting man's exploration of outer space and ocean floor
Nothing to Envy
A unique photographic journey through the socialist architecture and grand visions of DPRK’s capital