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A stitch in time

A stitch in time
Submitted By Elizabeth Amorose
Chapter New York
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To get out the vote, I leveraged a medium that harkens back to the days of our founding fathers (and mothers)—and an often overlooked form of graphic design. Handwork evokes a sense of Americana, and I like that it is an art form practiced almost exclusively by women. The message is simple: Voting is essential to the strength of our society because then our leaders reflect the values of the majority and not just a small, determined group.

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This entry is part of the 2012 AIGA Get Out the Vote Initiative

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