Louise

Redhead Design Studio released a quarterly publication entitled "Louise." Each issue has a distinct theme and color palette and for the first issue I was involved in, the theme was language.

For my first panel, I chose to consider the ways in which accessibility and disability are often socially constructed through the ways in which we design our world. To illustrate this, I rendered the phrase "inaccessibility by design" in braille, however, I intentionally left it flat so the words themselves became inaccessible through a design decision. 

For my other two panels, I utilized them as a spread to create a striking design of a favorite quote of mine by Junot Diaz: "Motherfuckers will read a book that’s one third Elvish, but put two sentences in Spanish and they think we’re taking over.” 

(I did censor it because the publication is sent to clients, however, I do wish I had left it as is.)

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