Declare Your Right Vote
|Submitted By||Dan McElhattan|
|Description||Being very sensitive to people that don't vote. Questions were accumulated, what symbols would compel them to use their passion? To change their perspective to vote? What does The Hand, The Star, The Ballot, The Red Color, The Blue Color, The Mural Texture mean to them? Thomas Jefferson in his Rough Draft version of the Declaration of Independence stated "we do assert and declare these colonies to be free and independent states." Playing off these words felt like the direction of a strong convincing call to action. Based on the history of the process and its outcome to be forged by the people. All shapes and text were hand forged to create a moment of the sensitivity of asking someone to partake, be invited to be diligent in making a decision and to cast that decision.|
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