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    Malcom X and Martin Luther King Jr. had very different leadership styles and approaches to the Civil Rights Movement, however their goals were th… Read More
    Malcom X and Martin Luther King Jr. had very different leadership styles and approaches to the Civil Rights Movement, however their goals were the same: To end racial segregation and discrimination in the United States. While this format consists of Martin Luther King's written letter from his time in the Birmingham jail on April 16, 1963, and Malcom X's speech on April 12, 1964, they both form a conversation side-by-side in very different, but equally thought-provoking ways. This project is part of the graphic design course instructed by Edwin Utermohlen at Ringling College of Art + Design. Read Less
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In Conversation


Malcom X and Martin Luther King Jr. had very different leadership styles and approaches to the Civil Rights Movement, however their goals were the same: To end racial segregation and discrimination in the United States. While this format consists of Martin Luther King's written letter from his time in the Birmingham jail on April 16, 1963, and Malcom X's speech on April 12, 1964, they both form a conversation side-by-side in very different, but equally thought-provoking ways.

This project is part of the graphic design course instructed by Edwin Utermohlen at Ringling College of Art + Design.




Design:
Martin Pohlmann

Format:
Manilla folder: 244,00 mm; 280,00 mm
ARCH C: 457,00 mm; 610,00 mm

Class:
GDES 240 Graphic Design 02. Spring 2018. Ringling College of Art + Design

Instructor:
Edwin Utermohlen

Typeface:
Pitch. Kris Sowersby​​​​​​​. Klim Type Foundry. 2012
DIN Next. Akira Kobayashi, Nadine Chahine, Sandra Winter, Kimya Gandhi. Monotype. 2009