Less Waste

Less Waste
Submitted By Anna Rogers
Chapter Birmingham
Artist Statement I want to appeal to female voters, specifically, who feel that their vote is not going to make a difference. I chose to focus my poster on women’s suffrage because I believe it is important for contemporary female voters to remember the struggle that suffragettes undertook for them to have this right today. To hearken back to this idea, I used suffragette memorabilia that would have been seen in the early 1900s, like the hunger strike pin, pennant flag, and newspaper article.The line I chose to reinforce my idea was “don’t waste what they fought for.” The line was incorporated in Univers, a typeface with a modern feel, because the intended audience is present day female voters. I included this to drive home the idea that within this pile of keepsakes is the underlying message of the fight these women took on for all future women voters.
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