Black History Month 2012

by Fred Showker

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Black History Month Display

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Scot Sterling for Library Graphic Design -- a Graphic Designer from Gainesville, Florida --
      Unfortunately it's a Blogger site, so there's no contact and Scot didn't provide any means of contact.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Designers of Library Communications
creativity for visual artists and designers Here's an enlargement of the actual wall display

Afrocentric Culture by Design

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Here's a site that has lots and lots of important (and not-so-important) info ...
      This site is in Blogspot's "Flip Card" format, so you see lots of thumbnails
READ THIS REPORT Full story : afrocentricculturebydesign.blogspot.com
creativity for visual artists and designers A painting from one of the exhibits

Event posters by Archetype

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Great outdoor posters for Black History Month community event -- Southwark Council (for hey moscow)
      Nathalie Alburjas, founder of Archetype, lives and works in London, UK. Nathalie has a bold, intuitive and versatile approach built over 10 years of professional experience.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Nathalie Alburjas - Archetype
creativity for visual artists and designers Here's an Archetype Poster example

Black History Month spots by Saxton Moore

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Visit Saxtoon Moore's blog to check out the swell animated spots he created to help celebrate Black History Month for Nick Jr./Noggin by honouring noteworthy black inventors.
      Shown here: Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the Super Soaker!
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Saxtoon Moore - sacks10.blogspot.com
creativity for visual artists and designers Here's another sample


We'll be updating here in the future, so we invite your contributions and suggestions for our BLACK HISTORY MONTH series!

GO Continue with our Black History entries from the past
GO Photoshop : In search of Martin Luther King Jr.

And, thanks for reading

Fred Showker

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