Separate But Unequal in 1963
Concept: This book gives an overview of the events of 1963, a time when segregation was more than a law; it was a custom deeply embedded within society. Designed for the David Mathews Center for Civic Life, this educational booklet is written to challenge the reader with different approaches to dealing with segregation. The two color design gives a historical feel to the book while the vibrant yellow and striking graphics make it modern and relevant to today's audience.
Responsibilities: Layout design, procured photographs and image rights, communicated with vendors
Work created while employed at Odie and Partners.
Photos by Stephen DeVries