Nothing is Black and White

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Nothing is Black and White
Submitted By Monica L. Roesner
Chapter Kansas City

While creating this poster I was thinking about how there isn't a definite answer to fixing gun violence, and how the situation has an ambiguity to it. The only thing I know for sure is the value of life is priceless and no one deserves for his or her life to end in an act of gun violence. These thoughts lead me to the Rorschach test and how ambiguous inkblots turn into to imagery based on individual learning and perception of the world. I decided to pursue the idea because it can also lead viewers to think about the psychological effects of gun violence.

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