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September 29 - December 30, 2012
Politicians, journalists and pundits use language. Graphic designers use visual language. Drawing on two realms, designers unite visual and verbal content in compelling communication. In a divisive era, when words alone have not been enough, can the power of design help unite citizens on the issues? Thirty-one participating contemporary graphic designers wield opinion and analysis to inform and persuade about the unique issues facing the Obama administration; among whom are College of Design Associate Professor Daniel Jasper and Professor Steven McCarthy.
This exhibition was supported in part by generous contributions from Graphiculture, Spunk Design Machine and Media Sponsor Radio-K.
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