Lashun Tines: Diaspora “The Art of Blackness” 2013

Take a look at Chicago-based designer Lashun Tine‘s work for the 2013 Diaspora “The Art of Blackness” exhibition. (See the 2012 edition right here.)


A bit of background:

As the Art Director and Public Relations Chair for The MetroBoard of the Chicago Urban League, one of the highlights of my tenure has been the creation of The Diaspora “Art of Blackness” Exhibition. What makes this exhibition so special is that it is the only annual group arts-show jointly sponsored by The MetroBoard, The STA and The AIGA (Chicago) in observance of Black History Month and in support of burgeoning African American artists.

In broad contrast to the look and feel of the 2012 exhibition, this years exhibition “utilized” a Minimalist theme: a stark black and white color palette (an ode to the African ancestry of exhibiting artists) and bold typography were used to push the importance of Diaspora’s mission for the 2013 sponsorship proposal.

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Courtney is the founder of Design Work Life and Seamless Creative, a small design studio she runs with her husband Brian. She now splits her time between developing brand identities for small businesses and soaking up (and passing along) as much inspiration as she possibly can.

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