To design a poster series dedicated to the deterioration of a conformed society of the 1950s, events that would precede the turbulent 60s.
The Quiz Show Scandal
Fixed and corrupt television quiz-shows became the norm with Herb Stempel vs. Charles Van Doren in “The $64,000 Question.”
The Evolution of a Fast Paced Society
Our whole concept was based on speed, lower prices, and volume.
The Montgomery Bus Desegregation
November 15, 1956, almost a year after the boycott had begun, the Supreme Court judged the Montgomery bus-segregation law to be unconstitutional. On December 21, the city prepared to desegregate all of its buses.
Suburbia // Levittown
Owning a house represented contentment—These houses were social creations more than architectural ones–they turned the detached single-family house from a distant dream to a real possibility for thousands of middle-class American families.